Starlink integrates Boole Server, TITUS solutions
Distributor combines data-centric security with user-centric data classification
Dubai-based value-added distributor (VAD) StarLink has announced Boole Server's integration with TITUS Classification solutions, that it says enables customers in the region to identify, govern and secure their business critical information.
According to the company, the integration, which is immediately available with the current versions of both solutions, makes it possible for all TITUS Classification customers to seamlessly apply military-grade encryption and enterprise digital rights management while sharing their sensitive documents and email using the Boole Server platform.
"We are pleased to see this integration with TITUS. Recent use cases have led us to integrate our data protection product with TITUS in order to offer end-users further possibilities to secure all their file sharing processes. Our encryption technology allows end-users to share and receive every file in a highly controlled manner and now those files can not only be secure, but also classified," said Paolo Ardemagni, CEO Boole Server.
"Our relationship with Boole Server and with all of our technology ecosystem partners, allows our customers to fully benefit from the interoperability between TITUS Classification and other information protection solutions," said Tim Upton, president and CEO Titus.
"As DLP is gaining the utmost importance worldwide, the integration between Boole Server and Titus Classification could not have come at a better time. This integration will provide customers with added protection after classification is complete. From a DLP stand point, enterprises will now be able encrypt files, emails and text plus add digital rights management, and then securely share sensitive data, complementing network DLP technologies," said Mahmoud Nimer, general manager, StarLink.