Safeguarding Data Integrity: Navigating the NIST Privacy Framework
By Robbie Araiza on Tue, 01/30/2024
Learn how your organization can walk the line between fulfilling business needs and maintaining sufficient data privacy with the help of the NIST Privacy Framework.
India's DPDP Act Webinar
The new Digital Personal Data Protection (DPDP) Act impacts all organizations, both domestic and international, that process personal data of individuals in India. Watch our on-demand demo to stay ahead of the curve and ensure a data-secure future for your organisation.
Unlocking the Potential of Data Governance with Data Classification
By Robbie Araiza on Thu, 12/14/2023
Learn what data governance means and why data classification is a crucial part of its success.
Why Do You Need a Specialist Data Classification Provider?
By Chris Brook on Thu, 12/07/2023
Consulting with an expert solution provider to make sure you get data protection right the first time can pay off in the long run.
Introducing Fortra's Data Classification
By Piers Chivers on Fri, 12/01/2023
We’re writing today to share news about an exciting new beginning for the Titus and Boldon James products. Fortra has long been a global expert in software for data classification and we’re thrilled to share that beginning today, the two brands will live under the same roof, on a new microsite, as Fortra’s Data Classification. Whether you're looking for product information , educational data...
Achieving Compliance with India’s Personal Data Protection Act
India's Digital Personal Data Protection (DPDP) Act is a ground-breaking legislation that balances the rights of individuals to protect their personal data with the necessity of processing such data for lawful purposes. The Act imposes obligations on Data Fiduciaries, those processing data, and outlines the rights and duties of Data Principals, individuals to whom the data pertains. It also...
CAD Classifier for AutoCAD
At A Glance Engineering and manufacturing organizations hold substantial intellectual property assets in the form of design documents and drawings produced by CAD applications. Managing and controlling these assets is a challenging task in today’s collaborative environments with many external partners involved in the supply chain. Fortra's CAD Classifier brings the benefits of data classification...
Creating a Culture of Security
An effective culture of security is essential to the success of any organization. Regardless of how much is invested in security processes and technology controls, the risk of sensitive data breaches remains high if the user community is not in alignment. The speed at which businesses operate today obliges workers to increase efficiency. With the ease at which large amounts of data can be shared...
Top Questions to Ask Your Data Classification Vendor
Data classification enables your organization to discover, identify, protect, and analyze your data. As you evaluate different data classification solutions, this checklist of questions will help you differentiate between various offerings and gain insight into the advantages of Fortra's Data Classification Suite (DCS). Question Explanation Fortra's Advantage Test For It Can I automatically...
Singapore Personal Data Protection Act
The Singapore Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA) of 2012 establishes a general data protection law governing the collection, use, and disclosure of an individual’s information by an organization. With penalties that target the organization and the individual, PDPA strives to entrench the protection of personal data into the business culture of an organization. The foundation of any data security...
SIA IAS compliance support that works for your business
Data Classification Suite (DCS) helps you protect your organization’s valuable information and supports your compliance with the Information Assurance Standards (IAS) outlined by the UAE Signals Intelligence Agency (SIA) — formerly the National Electronic Security Authority (NESA). DCS defines and supports your policy across 54 key IAS controls and subcontrols, ensuring that sensitive and personal...
Identify sensitive data with accurate classification with Fortra & Seclore
Restricting access to certain data to only a specific group or individual is an effective way to do just that. What’s required is a solution that automates the classification and protection of data, without the need for user intervention. Based upon any number of parameters—department, role, security clearance, region, office location, etc., Seclore Rights Management can be invoked to ensure your...
How Fortra Detects Data
Overview While there are several methods of classifying and identifying data within the data protection industry, DDE provides the most robust and flexible data detection tools available to the market today. Many of the Fortra tools incorporate advanced Machine Learning (ML) capabilities and enable customers to quickly and accurately detect and protect their sensitive data. Fortra calls the...
Government Security Classification, UK
Comply with Government Security (DCS) Classifications Policy The UK Government Security Classifications (GSC) policy requires that all UK government organizations classify their information assets into one of three types: OFFICIAL, SECRET and TOP SECRET. This simplified classification scheme replaces the previous Government Protective Marking Scheme (GPMS), making it easier for government staff...
Fortra’s Config for CUI
The Problem The Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) program standardizes the way all U.S. government agencies and military entities handle unclassified information that requires safeguarding. It clarifies and limits what kinds of information to protect, defines what is meant by “safeguard,” reinforces existing legislation and regulations, and promotes authorized information-sharing. These...
Fortra policy engine brokers Digital Guardian Secure Collaboration encryption
Secure Sensitive Data Wherever it Goes Employees send emails, create documents, and upload files to internal servers and cloud applications every day, and the volume of data is growing exponentially. How can you ensure that sensitive data remains secure without burdening your end users with time-consuming and confusing workflows? Digital Guardian Secure Collaboration and Fortra's Data...
Fortra, PIPEDA, and you
The Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) became law in Canada in April 2000 and has been reviewed and updated every five years since.. The act was also intended to promote consumer trust in electronic commerce and also to reassure the European Union that Canadian privacy laws sufficiently protected the personal information of European citizens. PIPEDA applies to...
Fortra for Regulatory Compliance
The Problem Over the last several years many compliance regulations have sprung up globally. Organizations doing business in regions covered by these mandates have been forced to change their business practices in order to remain compliant. These regulations require organizations to have visibility into what data they possess, and where it is located. This remains a challenge for many...