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HelpSystems obtained two security software firms


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HelpSystems obtained two security software firms

HelpSystems, Minnesota software company procured two data classification firms due to urgent demands for its security software. HelpSystems said that the inclusion of Titus and British firm Bolden James to its security portfolio establishes HelpSystems as “the leading platform in data classification and meets customers’ needs for a comprehensive, powerful suite of data security options.”

Titus provides solutions that allow businesses to boost their adoption of data protection. It has millions of users in more than 120 counties; customers are from some of the substantial financial institutions and manufacturing companies in the world.

“Bringing Titus and Boldon James into the HelpSystems family is another step toward our unwavering goal of giving customers the most robust collection of trusted security and automation solutions available, backed by a people-first commitment to long-term customer success,” said Kate Bolseth, CEO, HelpSystems. 

“The talent, success, and market-leading solutions that characterize both Titus and Boldon James enrich and expand our ability to help our customers keep their data safe.”

HelpSystems mentioned that the solutions that are provided by Titus and Boldon James will work in association with its GoAnywhere Managed File Transfer and Clearswift email and web security solutions to ensure sensitive information is classified properly and secured throughout its life cycle.


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