Exonar Announces Integration with TITUS Data Classification
Exonar is delighted to announce that their Data Discovery Platform now integrates with TITUS data classification. Users can now benefit from Exonar’s powerful data discovery, search and analytics platform utilising the classification capabilities of TITUS.
Speaking about this exciting new development, Richard Jones, CTO at Exonar says “The combined capabilities of TITUS data classification and the Exonar Data Discovery Platform yield significant additional value to our mutual customers providing deeper insights and control over the ever increasing volumes of unstructured data”.
The key benefits of this new integration include:
Search by TITUS Classification
Search for documents based on their TITUS classification. For example, find all documents that TITUS classified as ‘public’ / ‘personal’ / ‘internal’ / ‘confidential’ / etc. using the enriched metadata the Exonar platform extracts and indexes to provide sub-second search results.
Build Charts, Dashboards, and Reports
Build charts and dashboards that utilise the TITUS classification. For example, identify documents with TITUS classification ‘personal’ and build charts and dashboards based on the results that can be exported to create custom data reports, all within the Exonar platform.
Restrict access to documents based on their TITUS classification in combination with user Security Groups. For example, only allow certain privileged or classified users to access documents with the ‘confidential’ TITUS classification.
This new product integration will increase the Exonar platform’s appeal to TITUS customers. Combining the power of the two technology platforms will ease pressure on IT Departments in any industry, particularly in regards to processing SAR’s (Subject Access Requests) following the introduction of the new GDPR mandate in May 2018.
2. Exonar is a data discovery company based in Newbury, Berkshire. Founded in 2007 by Adrian Barrett (CEO), Exonar’s product enables organisations to identify what data they hold, locate it and classify it. Organisations are then able to perform remedial tasks to safeguard any unprotected or sensitive data.