TitanFile topic of session at Lawyers’ Insurance Association of Nova Scotia event Communitech January 30, 2015 Member news WATERLOO, Ontario – October 7, 2014 – TitanFile Inc., a secure file sharing and correspondence platform for legal professionals and other businesses, today announced that Victor Abou-Assaleh, business development lead for TitanFile, will be presenting to the Lawyers’ Insurance Association of Nova Scotia (LIANS) on Thursday from noon to 1 p.m. This session will be offered as in-person event and as a webinar and is a Continuing Professional Development Course, counting as one hour in the RPM category. The session, titled “Solve Your Top 10 Email Security Threats with TitanFile,” will show attendees how they can solve the top 10 email headaches with TitanFile. “We know how frustrating it can be when you are looking for the latest correspondence in an email thread and that sometimes confidential information can inadvertently be sent to the wrong person,” stated Abou-Assaleh. “We created TitanFile to solve these headaches and I am excited to showcase the product at LIANS so attendees can see why top law firms in Nova Scotia and around the world are choosing TitanFile for their secure communications and file sharing.” The Lawyers’ Insurance Association of Nova Scotia (LIANS) is a not-for-profit company that provides mandatory liability insurance and administers the insurance program for practicing insured members of the Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society. LIANS also operates a Risk and Practice Management Program for lawyers, offering vast online resources, an electronic newsletter, a mentorship program as well as educational conferences and webinars to assist lawyers in their day-to-day practice. Registration for this event is free, but space is limited. About TitanFile TitanFile (www.titanfile.com) is focused on creating better ways for people to communicate and collaborate online, without having to worry about security and privacy. Using TitanFile, professionals can set up secure communication channels to share files and messages, and track who, where, how and when the information was accessed, making compliance easy. Granular security controls, end-to-end encryption, mobile access capabilities and comprehensive audit trails all make TitanFile the best choice for secure communication. TitanFile was named a Top 25 Canadian ICT Up and Comer by Branham Group and won second place in the National Alpha Exchange Innovation competition.