The COVID-19 pandemic has forced businesses to rapidly scale up remote working. Before the 2019 Novel Coronavirus outbreak, many employees were spending some of the week working remotely but now businesses have had to allow virtually the entire workforce to work from home. While there are signs that the lockdown measures are having an effect and the number of new cases is starting to level off, it is likely to be some time before lockdowns are eased and life can return to normal. Even when governments start to ease restrictions, it is likely that most employees will have to continue to work from home for many more months.
Protecting a Remote Workforce from Cybersecurity Threats
At TitanHQ, we have seen the number of COVID-19 and Novel Coronavirus-themed phishing emails steadily grow over the past few weeks. Now, huge numbers of phishing emails are being sent that use COVID-19 as a lure to get remote workers to divulge their credentials or install malware. The email campaigns are highly varied, with some of the most common lures being the offer of a cure, information on how to protect against infection, advice to avoid transmission of the virus, and offers of the latest data on local cases.
One of the problems for IT departments is employees want all this information, so there is a high chance of at least some of those messages being opened by employees if they arrive in inboxes. Infected email attachments may be opened and clicks on links will see employees visit phishing websites where credentials are harvested or malware is downloaded.
Entire households are self-isolating together and schools are closed. Demands are being placed on employees that do not exist in the office, which means that concentration lapses are likely to occur, and that increases of a response to a phishing email.
It is therefore important for businesses to take steps to reduce risk. Cybersecurity awareness training for the workforce is critical to make employees aware of the threat of cyberattacks while they are working remotely and to reinforce education on cybersecurity best practices when working remotely. It is also essential for cybersecurity measures to be implemented that can reduce the risk of employees encountering a threat, and make sure that threats are neutralized if they are delivered.
Two Cybersecurity Solutions to Improve Protection for Remote Workers
There are two important cybersecurity solutions that can help in this regard. A powerful email security solution is required to improve the detection of phishing and malware threats and a web filtering solution to block attempts to visit malicious websites.
You will already have some email security measures in place to block spam and phishing emails, but for many businesses this will be the standard protections provided by Microsoft with Office 365. While Microsoft’s baseline level of security, provided through Exchange Online Protection, is reasonably effective at blocking spam email, it is far less effective at blocking phishing attacks and zero-day malware threats. Given the volume of phishing threats now targeting remote workers, you should consider bolstering your email security defenses by adding an additional layer of security on top of Exchange Online Protection.
SpamTitan Cloud is a powerful email security solution that will provide superior protection for Office 365. SpamTitan Cloud compliments EOP and will improve protection against the full range of email threats, including zero-day threats that often sneak past EOP. SpamTitan Cloud scans inbound email and uses machine learning techniques to identify never-before seen phishing threats and outbound email scanning to detect already compromised mailboxes and block spamming and malware distribution. Malware protection is improved with dual antivirus engines and sandboxing to detect and block zero-day malware threats. SPF and DMARC are also incorporated to identify and block email impersonation attacks.
Protection from web-based threats is also important. WebTitan Cloud is a powerful DNS filtering solution that can be used to protect workers on or off the network. Businesses can apply filtering controls to prevent employees from visiting malicious websites and stop work-issued devices from being used to access risky websites and those that serve no work purpose. In addition to blocking malware downloads and curbing cyberslacking, the solution can also be used to prevent the installation of shadow IT – the downloading and installation of unauthorized software solutions.
Both of these solutions can be implemented by businesses and MSPs remotely without the need to install any clients. They are easy to implement and maintain, and both solutions are extremely well priced.
For further information on improving cybersecurity for your remote workers, give the TitanHQ team a call today.
IT departments face a major challenge ensuring mobile devices used by remote workers are secured and that challenge has just got bigger as a result of the 2019 Novel Coronavirus pandemic with so many employees now working from home. To help IT departments manage security risks, we have compiled a cybersecurity checklist for remote workers detailing steps that can be taken to deal with the challenges of having a largely remote workforce.
Given time, IT departments can make sure mobile devices are configured correctly, are free from vulnerabilities, and have all the necessary software and security solutions installed to allow employees to securely work from home. Training can also be provided to remote workers to teach them cybersecurity best practices and how to practice good IT hygiene; however, the speed at which the 2019 Novel Coronavirus has spread has meant employers and their IT departments have had little time to prepare and have had to accommodate massive numbers of employees self-isolating and working from home.
Telecommuting Cybersecurity Risks
A massive increase in remote workers significantly increases the attack surface. Not only have many devices left the protection of corporate firewalls, additional software solutions have had to be installed to ensure workers can continue to be productive at home. Videoconferencing software is required, chat platforms need to be used to maintain contact, and VPNs are required to secure connections over the internet.
The cybersecurity risks introduced by telecommuting are considerable. Even solutions used to improve security can be turned against an organization. VPNs will ensure connections to work networks are secured, but if VPN credentials are compromised, attackers can use them to gain access to corporate networks undetected and VPNs can be turned into pipelines for delivering malware.
In 2019, several popular VPN solutions were found to contain critical vulnerabilities that allowed attackers to easily gain access to credentials. While patches were promptly developed and released to correct the flaws, many businesses failed to perform updates quickly. Even today, almost a year after the patches were released, some companies are still using vulnerable VPNs. Cybercriminals have been quick to take advantage and attacks on vulnerable VPNs have increased significantly.
When workers are in the office collaboration is easy. Close collaboration needs to be maintained when the majority of the workforce is working from home. IT teams must try to ensure the same communication tools that are used in the office are still available to remote workers. If not, employees will find their own ways of communicating, which may not provide the required level of security. If employees start using Google Drive for sharing files for instance, IT departments will lose visibility and will not be able to tell where sensitive data is being stored or transmitted.
With so many home workers due to the 2019 Novel Coronavirus and COVID-19, use of videoconferencing solutions has skyrocketed. Many platforms are now being used, although Zoom is one of the most popular choices. While this videoconferencing platform claims to offer end to end encryption, it has recently been discovered that Zoom’s interpretation of end-to-end encryption is different to other solution providers. While Zoom meetings are encrypted from Zoom client to Zoom client, Zoom has access to audio and video. Many companies have instructed their remote workers to stay in touch using Zoom but may now have to reconsider and use a platform with true end-to-end encryption. Vulnerabilities have also been identified in the platform in the past few days which could be exploited to gain access to sensitive data.
Phishing campaigns are being conducted to gain access to the credentials of remote workers. Cybercriminals are well aware that attacks are much easier on remote workers, and the large numbers of remote workers connecting to networks allows them to easily hide their malicious connections.
The COVID-19 crisis is likely to be a particularly stressful time for IT departments. While the cybersecurity risks increase with remote workers, it is possible to implement tools to manage risk effectively, protect sensitive data, and allow work to continue until life returns to normal again.
Internet Security and Telecommuting Workers
Working from home can be a challenge as there are many distractions that are not present in the office. It is often difficult for workers to separate work life from home life, and that applies to IT as well. Remote workers are likely to be tempted to use their work devices for personal internet use, rather than powering up their personal devices. It is important for policies to be established covering the allowable uses of company devices and those policies should be enforced. If corporate laptops are used for personal internet use, the risk of malware infections will increase.
The easiest way to enforce policies is with a web filtering solution. A web filter, such as WebTitan, allows IT teams to carefully control the online activities of employees and manage risk. With WebTitan in place, companies can enforce their acceptable internet usage policies and prevent their employees from visiting websites used for phishing and malware distribution. Since WebTitan integrates with Active Directory and LDAP, IT teams can easily monitor the online activities of each employee, identify potentially risky behavior in real time and take action to address those risks.
Rise in Phishing Attacks Warrants Email Security Improvements
The 2019 Novel Coronavirus pandemic has provided cybercriminals with many opportunities for conducting phishing attacks and distributing malware. The first major coronavirus-themed phishing campaigns were detected in January 2020 and in the weeks that have followed the volume of messages has soared. People want up to date information on COVID-19 cases in their local area and advice on protecting against infection. Cybercriminals have been all too happy to oblige.
The campaigns we have identified have included highly convincing scams impersonating authorities such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization. The emails claim to offer important advice and updates about the Novel Coronavirus and COVID-19 but install malware and steal credentials. Remote workers are being targeted with emails spoofing their own HR departments, telling them about new protocols that must be adopted following infections in the office. A day doesn’t go by without another phishing scam being uncovered.
The increase in phishing attacks coupled with the rise in remote workers means steps should be taken to improve email security, especially for Office 365 accounts, which are being targeted by cybercriminals. While standard Office 365 email security provided by Exchange Online Protection (EOP) may have been sufficient to protect against low level phishing attacks, the increase in targeted attacks means greater protection is now required. Businesses should consider adding another layer of protection with a third-party email security solution such as SpamTitan. In contrast to EOP, SpamTitan offers sandboxing to protect against zero-day malware threats and provides superior protection against phishing and spear phishing attacks.
Employer Cybersecurity Checklist for Remote Workers
Employers and IT departments can take several steps to reduce cybersecurity risks for remote workers. We hope this cybersecurity checklist for remote workers will help you to identify and address cybersecurity risks.
- Ensure a VPN client is installed on remote workers’ devices, that it is updated to the latest version, and remote workers have been trained how to use the VPN
- Restrict access to resources that are not required by workers and use the principle of least privilege
- Block the use of USB devices on remote users’ devices
- Get remote workers to check their Wi-Fi connection is secure, that a strong password has been set, and encryption is enabled.
- Set up systems to recognize probes and packet sniffers
- Implement encryption on devices to protect data at rest
- Ensure software is kept up to date and patches are applied promptly
- Ensure antivirus software is installed on all users’ devices and it is set to update automatically. Perform regular scans to identify malicious code
- Make sure all data is backed up to prevent against accidental loss and to ensure recovery is possible in the event of a ransomware attack
- Ensure screens are set to lock after a period of inactivity to prevent devices and data from being accessed by unauthorized individuals.
- Augment email security and create layered defenses to protect against phishing attacks
- Implement a web filter to prevent workers from accessing malicious websites
- Use cloud applications for sharing sensitive data with remote workers rather than email
- Provide ongoing security awareness training to employees to make sure they are aware of the cybersecurity risks for remote workers and are taught how to identify phishing and other threats
- Ensure complex passwords are set and password policies are enforced
- Enable multifactor authentication for email and cloud applications. If credentials are compromised, access will not be permitted without an additional authentication factor
- Set computer use policies for remote employees. Make sure employees are aware that corporate devices can only be used for work purposes
- Ensure support is always available for remote workers and prioritize support for remote access solutions and security issues
- Make sure all employees are aware of the procedures to follow for security incidents
- Step up network monitoring and ideally use an intrusion detection solution and AI-based tool to identify anomalous user behavior that could be indicative of an insider threat or cyberattack in progress
The coronavirus pandemic has forced many workers into telecommuting and the number people working from home has soared over the past two months. During this difficult time, IT security must take additional steps to protect remote employees from cybersecurity threats as cyberattacks on remote workers are increasing.
5 Steps to Take to Protect Remote Employees from Cybersecurity Threats
Businesses need to implement new measures to protect remote employees from cybersecurity threats. The number of employees now working from home makes cyberattacks on remote workers more likely. Already we have seen many campaigns targeting remote employees that aim to steal remote access credentials and infect devices with malware.
Vulnerabilities can easily be introduced when large numbers of employees work from home which can easily be exploited by cybercriminals to gain access to employees’ devices, cloud resources, and business networks. Here we provide 5 important steps to take to protect remote employees from cybersecurity threats during the coronavirus pandemic.
Use an Enterprise Grade VPN
It is important that remote workers only access work resources using a VPN; however, simply using a VPN does not make home working secure. Consumer-grade VPNs are very different from enterprise VPNs and should not be used, but even enterprise-grade VPNs are not necessarily secure and can have vulnerabilities that can easily be exploited by cybercriminals. The UK’s National Cyber Security Center (NCSC) has warned that APT groups are conducting attacks exploiting unpatched vulnerabilities in VPN solutions from Pulse Secure, Fortinet, and Palo Alto Networks. These vulnerabilities identified from April 2019 to July 2019, yet many businesses have not applied the patches. While patching can be difficult as VPNs are often in use 24/7, it is essential that patches are applied promptly. Malicious cyber actors are targeting VPNs and attacks are likely to continue to increase with more employees working from home.
Ensure All Devices Are Patched and Updated
Before any employee is allowed to work remotely, IT security teams must ensure that their laptops are fully up to date and are running the latest versions of operating systems and software. The Coronavirus pandemic is likely to last for several months, so policies and procedures must be developed to ensure that users’ devices are kept up to date. You must also ensure that endpoint protection solutions, antivirus software, and Windows update settings are configured to update automatically.
Enhance Email Security
The majority of cyberattacks start with a phishing email so it is essential to have an advanced email security solution in place. Businesses should not rely on the protection provided by Microsoft for Office 365 for blocking phishing and malware attacks. A third-party email security solution should be layered on top of the protections provided by Microsoft for Office 365. Layered defenses are essential to protect remote employees from cybersecurity threats.
SpamTitan provides enhanced protection from phishing, spear phishing, malware, and ransomware for Office 365 accounts, complimenting and augmenting the protections provided by Microsoft. SpamTitan is cloud-based, so it can be easily applied and used to protect all email accounts, regardless of the platform you use.
Protect Against Web-Based Attacks
Email is the most likely way that cybercriminals will conduct cyberattacks on remote workers, but measures also need to be implemented to block web-based attacks such as drive-by malware downloads. CheckPoint reports there have been more than 16,000 COVID-19 and coronavirus themed domains registered since January and the number is growing at an incredible rate. These domains are 50% more likely to be malicious than other domains registered in the same period.
The easiest way to protect against web-based attacks is to use a cloud-based web filtering solution. WebTitan Cloud provides protection against web-based attacks by blocking access to malicious domains and websites that have a higher risk of hosting malware.
Provide Additional Training for Remote Employees
Research conducted by PurpleSec indicates 98% of all cyberattacks involve social engineering and Cofense research suggests more than 90% of cyberattacks start with a phishing email. It is therefore important for training to be provided to employees to help them identify social engineering and phishing attacks. Security awareness training for employees should be provided regularly and it is also useful to conduct phishing simulation exercises to identify employees that require further training. You also need to reinforce general IT cybersecurity best practices with remote workers to prevent them from engaging in risky behaviors.
Contact TitanHQ today for further information on protecting your remote employees against email- and web-based attacks.
In this post we explain the CCPA requirements for businesses and the most important elements of the California Consumer Privacy Act.
What Businesses Must Comply with CCPA?
Unlike the EU’s General Data Protection regulation (GDPR), which applies to all businesses that collect or process the data of EU residents, CCPA only applies to for-profit businesses that meet certain criteria. Any business that meets one or more of the criteria below is required to comply with CCPA.
- Has annual revenues of more than $25 million
- Collects information on 50,000 or more California households or residents each year
- Earns 50% or more of its annual revenue from the sale of the consumer data of California residents
These requirements may be updated or expanded to include a wider range of companies. Make sure you keep up to date with any changes to CCPA if you collect or process the data of U.S consumers.
It is not just companies with a base in California that are required to comply with CCPA. Any company that does business in California or collects or processes the data of California residents is required to comply with CCPA.
What are the CCPA Consumer Rights
CCPA was introduced to give California residents greater control over their personal data.
Consumer rights under CCPA include:
- Right to know what personal data is being collected
- Right to know what personal data is held by a company
- Right to know how personal data is being used by a company
- Restriction of the use and sale of personal data of minors (under 13) without parental consent
- Restriction of the use and sale of personal data of minors (13-16) without direct consent
- Right to delete all personal data held by a company
- Right to opt-out of having personal data sold
- Right to non-discrimination, in terms of price or services, if CCPA rights are exercised
- Right to take legal action against companies for privacy violations and the failure to honor CCPA rights
- Requests from consumers must be confirmed within 10 days and honored within 45 days
Key CCPA Requirements for Businesses
- Businesses must ensure consumers are notified about the collection of their personal data before data is collected and consumers should be given the option of opting out of the collection of their data or the sale of their data. Personal data should only be collected for specific and legitimate purposes.
- Maintain procedures to respond to requests from consumers to access their data, delete their data, and opt out of the sale of their personal information. Procedures must also be developed and maintained relating to the collection and use of the personal information of minors.
- Businesses must offer consumers two methods for consumers to request data and arrange to have their data deleted. One method that is mandatory is a toll-free telephone number. If a business primarily operates online, a web-based method should be offered.
- Any member of staff that handles consumer data must be trained on the requirements of CCPA. Oversight of compliance must be delegated to an individual or team.
- Business must verify the identity of the consumer prior to providing their data or deleting data after a request is received from a consumer.
- CCPA does not go as far as GDPR in terms of data security requirements for businesses. CCPA does not stipulate the security measures that must be implemented to protect consumer data, but it does require businesses to have adequate protections in place to safeguard consumer data, including measures to prevent unauthorized data access. Bear in mind that penalties can be imposed for data breaches and consumers can take legal action over the exposure of their data if the company holding that data has been negligent. Consumer lawsuits can require payment of up to $750 per consumer in the event of a CCPA violation and it is not necessary to provide proof of harm. A large data breach could therefore prove very costly.
How TitanHQ Can Help with CCPA Compliance
TitanHQ offers three solutions that can help with CCPA compliance. SpamTitan Email Security, WebTitan DNS Filtering, and ArcTitan Email Archiving.
- SpamTitan is a powerful email security solution that provides industry leading protection against spam and the leading causes of data breaches – phishing attacks and malware infections.
- WebTitan is a DNS filtering solution that provides an additional level of protection against phishing attacks and malware. WebTitan blocks attempts by network users to access malicious websites such as those used for phishing or malware delivery, thus helping to prevent the exposure of consumer data.
- ArcTitan is an email archiving solution that helps businesses keep email data protected, meet email retention requirements, and quickly find and recover emails when dealing with customer complaints, demonstrating compliance, and for finding and deleting the data of consumers if a request to have data deleted is received.
There is a cheaper option that Cisco OpenDNS that provides total protection against web-based threats. If you are currently using OpenDNS or have yet to configure a web filtering solution, you can find out about this powerful web filtering solution in a December 5, 2018 webinar.
Cybersecurity solutions can be implemented to secure the network perimeter, but employees often are careless online that can lead to costly data breaches. The online activities of employees can easily lead to in malware, ransomware, and viruses being installed. Staff may also respond to malicious adverts (malvertising) or visit phishing websites where they are relieved of their login details.
Addressing malware infections, solving ransomware attacks, and resolving phishing-related breaches have a negative impact on the business and the resultant data breaches can be incredibly expensive. Due to this, the threat from web-based attacks cannot be disregarded.
Luckily, there is an easy solution that offers protection against web-based threats by carefully managing the web content that their employees can access: A DNS-based web filter.
DNS-based web filtering requires no hardware acquisitions and no software installations. Within around 5 minutes, a business will be able to control employee internet access and block web-based dangers. Some DNS-based web filters such as OpenDNS can be costly, but there is a more cost-effective alternative to Cisco OpenDNS.
TitanHQ and Celestix Networks will be conducting a joint webinar to introduce an alternative to Cisco OpenDNS – The WebTitan-powered solution, Celestix WebFilter Cloud.
Celestix will be implemented by Rocco Donnino, TitanHQ EVP of Strategic Alliances, and Senior Sales Engineer, Derek Higgins who will outline how the DNS-based filtering technology offers total protection from web-based dangers at a fraction of the cost of OpenDNS.
The webinar is at 10:00 AM US Pacific Time on Wednesday December 5, 2018.
In this post we propose an ideal Cisco Umbrella alternative that you can implement at a fraction of the cost of Cisco Umbrella, yet still have excellent protection from web-based threats and precision internet content control for your workforce.
WebTitan Cloud is the leading Cisco Umbrella alternative for SMBs and Managed Service Providers (MSP) that serve the SMB market. WebTitan Cloud is, in many respects, a direct swap out for Cisco Umbrella, and one that will save you a small fortune on DNS filtering costs.
Before we cover the cost of WebTitan versus Cisco Umbrella, it is worthwhile taking a moment to explain why DNS filtering is now an essential part of the security stack and why you need to add this additional layer of security if you are not already using a DNS filter.
Why is a DNS Filter Necessary?
You will no doubt be aware that the internet can be a dangerous place. As an IT professional or SMB owner, you need to make sure that your employees do not venture into areas of the internet that could cause your business harm.
Even general web browsing can pose a risk of a malware infection or ransomware download, and employees can easily be tricked into visiting phishing web pages where credentials are harvested. These are very real threats that need to be mitigated.
Rather than leave things to chance and hope your employees obey the rules and recognize all threats in time, you can implement a content filtering solution such as a DNS filter. A DNS filter requires no hardware purchases nor software downloads. You just reconfigure your DNS and point it to the provider of your DNS filtering service and apply your content controls.
All content filtering takes place in the cloud, there will be no latency, and filtering will take place without any content being downloaded. You can control the categories of content that can be accessed and, if rules are broken by employees, they will be directed to a block page and no harm will be done. You can run reports on web usage, apply controls to conserve bandwidth, and perhaps most importantly, you can prevent employees from visiting malicious websites and can block malware and ransomware downloads. Without this additional security layer, your business will be at risk.
Is It Worth Paying the Cisco Umbrella Price?
We are not going to try to convince you not to look at Cisco Umbrella, as it is an accomplished DNS filtering solution that is suitable for many enterprises and SMBs. The product will certainly protect your business from web-based threats and will allow you to enforce your internet policies. However, there is a but. If you are already using Cisco Umbrella or have made enquiries about the solution, you will be aware that the product comes at a considerable cost.
Cisco Umbrella is not a one-size fits all solution. Cisco caters to a range of different customers, from small businesses to large enterprises and packages have been devised accordingly. The most basic offering is DNS Security Essentials, which is a bare bones DNS filtering package that blocks malware and ransomware downloads and allows you to enforce your internet policies. However, there are many important features lacking that most SMBs will feel are important. For instance, now that most websites have moved over to HTTPS, connections to those sites are encrypted. You therefore need to decrypt, inspect, and then re-encrypt that traffic. The basic package dos not include this feature. Decryption and inspection of all SSL traffic is only available in the top-level package.
DNS Security Advantage is the second package offered, which provides more features such as greater insight for investigations, file threat intelligence, and some other tools. At the top end is the comprehensive Secure Internet Gateway Essentials package, which offers enterprise-grade DNS filtering with a host of features required by enterprises with a huge workforce. For most SMBs, the top package will offer a host of features that will most likely not be used. Unfortunately, the lowest level package is missing some important features that really are required by many SMBs.
What is the Cisco Umbrella Cost Per User?
So, how much does Cisco Umbrella cost? This is a key consideration for SMBs as they are likely to have limited budgets. They need to pay for several layers of cybersecurity to block the threats they are most likely to encounter. Spend top dollar on one solution and it is likely to mean less can be spent on other important security controls.
At the standard level, the Cisco Umbrella cost per user is $2.20 per month, which is considerably more than Cisco Umbrella alternative options such as WebTitan. For 100 users, Cisco Umbrella will cost $2,640 per year and that price does not include support, which Cisco considers an optional extra. If you opt for one of the more advanced packages, that price will increase considerably.
The standard price for a Cisco Umbrella alternative is around $1.00 to $1.50 per user per month, but here at TitanHQ we have a highly competitive pricing policy and can provide you with a Cisco Umbrella alternative for just $0.90 per user per month. That will save you $1,560 per year, based on 100 users.
There is More to Consider than the Cost of Cisco Umbrella Alone
Cost is not the only consideration, although it is certainly important. You will want to ensure that your DNS filter allows you to control content easily and it must provide protection against web-based threats. So, does opting for a Cisco Umbrella alternative reduce the protection you will get? Actually, you can pay less and improve protection, have an easier to use product, with better reporting, and less complexity.
At TitanHQ we have a totally transparent and flexible pricing policy and provide the same, high level of protection for everyone. All customers benefit from full SSL filtering to ensure that HTTPS traffic is inspected and analyzed, and all customers get industry-leading customer support at no extra cost.
WebTitan is also loved by users who rate it highly for ease of setup, ease of use, ease of admin, and for the quality of support provided. This can be seen on review sites such as G2 Crowd, as detailed below.
The Leading DNS Filtering Solution for MSPs Serving the SMB Market
TitanHQ is the global leader in cloud-based email and web security solutions for the MSP that services the SMB market. WebTitan has been designed to be ideal for MSPs and includes a host of features not offered by Cisco. In contrast to all packages of Cisco Umbrella, we offer a range of hosting options. You can even host in your own environment, something that is important for many MSPs. You can also have WebTitan in white label form, ready to take your own branding, another big plus for MSPs. The solution is also easy to integrate seamlessly into your own environment thanks to a suite of APIs.
Find out More About Our Cisco Umbrella Alternative Today!
Our sales staff will be happy to explain the benefits of WebTitan over Cisco Umbrella and schedule a product demonstration to show you how easy the solution is to use and integrate into your own environment. If you would like to try WebTitan before committing, you can also take advantage of our free 14-day trial. For more information, give the TitanHQ team a call today.