Security and compliance solution provider TITUS has announced the availability of a free limited version of TITUS Aware. This free download allows organizations to prevent the accidental leakage of personally identifiable information, such as credit card and social security numbers.Integrated into Microsoft Outlook, TITUS Aware, which received a four star review in SC Magazine, complements an organization’s data loss prevention strategy by involving the most important part of security: the user. TITUS Aware prevents email leaks of sensitive information by bringing user driven security to the desktop, where users are given the ability to remediate potential leaks before they happen.
The functionality included with this free limited version of TITUS Aware is designed to assist organizations in preventing inadvertent email leaks of personally identifiable information (PII), including credit card numbers, Social Security Numbers (SSN), Employer Identification Numbers (EIN), Medicare Number, Social Insurance Number (SIN), among others.
“Businesses know the importance of protecting the personal information of their customers and employees from leaking out, but sometimes are unsure of the right way to go about preventing this information from being inadvertently emailed outside of the organization,” said Charlie Pulfer, Vice President of Product Management with TITUS. “Using this free version of TITUS Aware, organizations can get a feel for how this software works, how easy it is to get up and running, and how effective it is in protecting sensitive information.”
TITUS Aware protects businesses from inadvertent data breaches by validating emails for policy violations – such as including a credit card number or other personal information in an email – before the email leaves the desktop. By validating the content of the email, TITUS Aware ensures that organizations are sharing the right information with the right people.
· Protect the business against accidental data loss, while sharing the right information with the right suppliers, partners, and customers.
· Provide users with a warning before emails leave the desktop, allowing them to remedy leaks before they happen.
· Complement the overall DLP strategy of organizations with user driven email security that is transparently integrated into Microsoft Outlook.
· Keep customer information and PII confidential, allowing businesses to maintain the trust of their customers.