Titania in the News

Exploitable Network Configurations Leave Telecom Providers Exposed to Significant Cybersecurity Breaches
The Fast Mode • January 12, 2023
Titania’s Chief Architect, Ian Robinson, takes a look into the impact of exploitable network misconfigurations on networks within the telecom industry.

Three Ways To Safeguard Higher Education Establishments From Cyberattacks
CPO Magazine • November 29, 2022
Matt Malarkey, Vice President, Strategic Alliances, Titania, looks at how Higher Education establishments can minimize the impact of a potential cybersecurity breech.

Merlin Cyber to Back Titania’s Public Sector Growth Efforts
Executive Biz • November 10, 2022
Merlin Cyber and Titania have formed a partnership aimed at expanding the latter’s cybersecurity automation software services to the U.S. public sector.

Merlin Cyber collaborates with Titania to improve network security for government agencies
HelpNetSecurity • November 10, 2022
Merlin Cyber partners with Titania, helping U.S. government agencies to accurately detect, risk-prioritize, and remediate exploitable misconfigurations in their firewalls, switches, and routers in order to reduce their attack surfaces.

Merlin Cyber and Titania Partner to Help U.S. Public Sector Close Exploitable Network Misconfiguration Loopholes
Merlin Cyber • November 9, 2022
Constant network changes pose critical risks for government agencies that neglect to continuously assess and monitor them.

Security “sampling” puts US federal agencies at risk
HelpNetSecurity • November 9, 2022
Titania launched an independent research report that uncovers the impact of exploitable misconfigurations on the security of networks in the US federal government.

New Report Reveals U.S. Federal Government Exposed to Significant Cybersecurity Risks Due to Exploitable Network Misconfigurations
IT Security Wire • November 1, 2022
Titania, specialists in accurate network security and compliance assessments and risk remediation software, launched a new independent research report that uncovers the impact of exploitable misconfigurations on the security of networks in the U.S. federal government.

The risk of misconfiguration
CyberWire Daily Podcast • November 1, 2022
OpenSSL patched today. The risk of misconfiguration. Cyberespionage (and the risk of mixing the personal with the official). Assistance for Ukraine's cyber defense. And a quick look at DNS threats.

Misconfiguration risk to US government networks' security and compliance
CyberWire • November 1, 2022
Titania released a report today that details security and compliance risks and practices in the US Federal government.

Federal agency routers may be vulnerable to cyber attack, survey shows
Federal Times  • November 1, 2022
Cybersecurity attacks cost federal government billions each year, report finds.

Four reasons why telecoms providers must improve cybersecurity measures
Telecom Ramblings • September 23, 2022
In this industry viewpoint Edwin Bentley, Technical Expert and Product Manager at Titania looks at why the telecoms industry needs to improve their cybersecurity practices and adopt better cyber hygiene.

Employees Are ‘Not the Enemy’
Computing Security Magazine  • September/October, 2022
Human error is one of the biggest network risks businesses face. Matt Malarkey, Titania VP Strategic Alliances, shares his insight into how the adoption of zero trust can help keep networks secure.

The impact of exploitable misconfigurations on network security
Hosting Journalist • August 13, 2022
Exploitable misconfigurations cost businesses 9% of their annual revenue on average, although the real cost is probably higher, according to a study commissioned by network security provider Titania and conducted by independent B2B research specialist, Coleman Parkes.

Network mistakes and misconfigurations cost companies millions
ARN • August 12, 2022
Titania research pegs losses from misconfigurations at average of nine per cent of annual revenue.

The impact of exploitable misconfigurations on network security
Help Net Security • August 12, 2022
Network professionals feel confident with their security and compliance practices but data suggests that they also leave their organizations open to risk.

Network mistakes, misconfigurations cost companies millions
CSO Online • August 11, 2022
Titania research pegs losses from misconfigurations at average of 9% of annual revenue.

New Report Reveals Exploitable Network Misconfigurations Cost Organizations 9% of Total Annual Revenue
ITechnology Series • August 11, 2022
Titania Research Suggests Disconnect Between Network Security Perception and Reality; Firewalls Prioritized Over Switches and Routers.

Report uncovers the cost of network misconfigurations
Digitalisation World • August 11, 2022
Titania, specialist in accurate network security and compliance assessments and risk remediation software, has launched a new independent research report that uncovers the impact of exploitable misconfigurations on network security.

New Report Reveals Network Misconfigurations Cost Organizations 9% of Annual Revenue
IT Tech Post • August 10, 2022
Network professionals are confident in their security and compliance procedures, according to the study "The impact of exploitable misconfigurations on network security," but data shows that they may also be leaving their organizations vulnerable, which is costing them a significant amount of money.

Network misconfigurations cost organizations 9% of annual revenue
VentureBeat • August 10, 2022
The cost of poor vulnerability management.

New Report Reveals Exploitable Network Misconfigurations Cost Organizations 9% of Total Annual Revenue
IT Security Wire • August 10, 2022
Titania, specialists in accurate network security and compliance assessments and risk remediation software, today launched a new independent research report.

Why Complying with New PCI Standards Should Be Your Top Priority
Payments Journal • July 6, 2022
The latest version of PCI DSS promotes security as an automated and continuous process. Phil Lewis, Titania CEO, shares why he thinks compliance should be an organization's top priority.

Best practices for complying with PCI DSS 4.0
Security Info Watch • May 13, 2022
Titania CEO, Phil Lewis, discusses how new standards for PCI DSS 4.0 are intended to promote security as a continual practice, not an annual checklist event.

Titania appoints Claire Clark as VP of Engineering
Help Net Security • April 28, 2022
Titania announced the appointment of industry leader, Claire Clark, as vice president of engineering at Titania.

Ransomware now a global menace
Computing Security • March/April 2022 • Pages 28 - 31
With ransomware branded ‘a rising global threat’. What steps should organizations take to protect themselves?

Companies need to consider whether their supply chain takes network security as seriously as they do
CyberNews • April 7, 2022
CEO, Phil Lewis talks to Cybernews about how checking for vulnerabilities should be a continuous process, not an occasional practice.

Digging deeper into the civil fraud initiative
The CyberWire podcast • April 7, 2022
Matt Malarkey, VP, Strategic Alliances, from Titania provides insight into the civil fraud initiative on the Cyberwire Podcast.

Three network security principles for businesses to adopt in 2022
Security Magazine • February 15, 2022
How can businesses protect their assets from cybercriminals in 2022? Perimeter-only defenses will no longer be fit for purpose in the next year, Here we look at three principles that will help businesses protect their networks.

Cyber threats in 2022 run the gamut of risk
securityinfowatch.com • January 11, 2022
Myriad cyber and physical threats are all pounding at the doors of most organizations like barbarians at the gates, Steve Lasky looks at what's in store for 2022.

Why Government Suppliers Will Struggle to Meet CMMC Requirements
Nextgov • December 3, 2021
Matt Malarkey, Vice President, Strategic Alliances, Titania looks at issues suppliers might have in CMMC requirements.

Failure to Launch: Why CMMC requirements will trip up the defense industrial base
Washington Technology • November 29, 2021
The road to cyber compliance is bumpy and many contractors are bound to fail. Matt Malarkey, VP Strategic Alliances looks at why and what you can do to protect your organization.

Titania Launches New Nipper Module to Protect Defense Industry and Suppliers from Cybersecurity Breaches
eChannelNEWS • September 28, 2021
With the launch of a new module for Titania Nipper, Matt Malarkey, Vice President, Strategic Alliances, Titania talks about how this can help companies with CMMC compliance.

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