SpamTitan Technologies Undergoes Rebranding Exercise – Emerges as TitanHQ

From today, SpamTitan Technologies – one of the world´s leading providers of email and web security solutions – will be known as TitanHQ.

To support its continued evolution as a provider of email and web security solutions, SpamTitan Technologies has rebranded as TitanHQ. The company has had seen substantial growth over the past five years due to the release of new products, the introduction of cloud security services and through relationships with partners throughout the world.

As the company continues to grow, its leadership has decided on the rebranding as part of its future plans. TitanHQ´s CEO – Ronan Kavanagh – said “As our customers’ needs have evolved so too has our product suite. We have added great new products and product brands such as SpamTitan, WebTitan and ArcTitan. The company continues to respond to consumer demand and this rebrand is part of this response. We now feel it is right to incorporate all of our great products under one umbrella brand which will allow us communicate one core message through one central platform to our customers”.

SpamTitan Technologies was founded in 1999 and has increased its suite of products and services during the course of the past 16 years. The company provides email and web security solutions to more than 5,000 small and medium sized businesses across 129 countries. Later this month, TitanHQ will release SpamTitan 6.09 which includes new RBL management functionality much requested by customers.

Ronan Kavanagh is keen to emphasize that the rebrand to Titan HQ is not about casting aside history or forgetting where the company came from: “It’s about honoring and embracing everything we have become and everything we are working toward. And we want to make sure that everyone knows where to find our security solutions in one place……and that we are here to help.”

Author: Steve Alder has many years of experience as a journalist, and comes from a background in market research. He is a specialist on legal and regulatory affairs, and has several years of experience writing about HIPAA. Steve holds a B.Sc. from the University of Liverpool.