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TitanHQ Partners with HTG Peer Groups

HTG Peer Groups founder, Arlin Sorensen (Left) TitanHQ CEO, Ronan Kavanagh (Right)

At the HTG Peer Groups Q1 quarterly meeting in Las Vegas, TitanHQ, the leading provider of cloud-based web filtering and anti-spam solutions, announced it has partnered with HTG: The international coaching, consulting, and peer group organization.

The new partnership sees TitanHQ become a Gold vendor, with its cybersecurity solutions made instantly available to HTG community members.

HTG was formed in 2000 with the aim of helping businesses expand and realize their full potential. HTG consultants provide insights and share wisdom with business leaders to help them create the accountability and structure necessary to make their businesses a success. Through HTG, business leaders can maximize their potential using tried and tested strategic systems.

The path to profitability and success inevitably involves some setbacks and having a partner to provide support and guidance through difficult times can make a big difference. Many companies also require help to avoid common problems: problems that can cause significant, and sometimes catastrophic, losses.

One area of concern voiced by many members of the HTG community is cybersecurity, in particular web security.

The increase in cyberattacks and explosion of new malware and ransomware variants means businesses now need to implement additional layers in their security defenses. That is an area where TitanHQ plans to help. The company’s spam filtering and web filtering technologies have helped thousands of businesses around the globe improve security by blocking email and web-based threats.

The Galway, Ireland-based firm’s web filtering solution – WebTitan – is of particular benefit. The solution secures wired and wireless networks by blocking malware and ransomware downloads, preventing employees from visiting phishing websites, and allowing companies to carefully control the types of web content their employees can access.

The partnership will allow TitanHQ to listen to the concerns and problems of HTG members and offer assistance by providing cybersecurity solutions that match the needs of each business. “Our goal is to successfully engage with HTG members to build strong and long-lasting relationships,” said TitanHQ CEO, Ronan Kavanagh.

We’re delighted to welcome TitanHQ on board for 2018. As soon as the initial discussion started we knew they would make a great match for our community, as web security is a key area for our members in 2018,” said Arlin Sorensen, founder of HTG Peer Groups.

Author: Steve Alder is the editor-in-chief of HIPAA Journal. Steve is responsible for editorial policy regarding the topics covered on HIPAA Journal. He is a specialist on healthcare industry legal and regulatory affairs, and has several years of experience writing about HIPAA and other related legal topics. Steve has developed a deep understanding of regulatory issues surrounding the use of information technology in the healthcare industry and has written hundreds of articles on HIPAA-related topics.