For both government and public sector agencies, TITUS offers powerful and affordable data classification solutions to facilitate secure collaboration while leveraging existing technology investments. With TITUS classification and labeling solutions, governments of all sizes can lock down sensitive data with easy to deploy and easy to adopt marking tools.
TITUS solutions enable government, homeland defense, police, fire, and other public agencies to secure sensitive and confidential information related to issues of citizen privacy, public safety, and national security. TITUS customers include U.S. Department of Defense, NATO, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Australian Department of Defense, Department of Finance Canada, Danish Defence, and numerous other government organizations.
TITUS enables organizations worldwide to address local regulations including:
Classifies, labels, and protectively marks email in Microsoft Outlook, Outlook Web Access, and mobile devices. Classification raises security awareness and enables users to identify information sensitivity.
Classification for Microsoft Office
Classifies, labels, and protectively marks documents in Microsoft Office Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Classification raises security awareness and enables users to identify information sensitivity.
Classification for Desktop
Classifies any file type in Windows Explorer, including Adobe PDF, multimedia files, and CAD documents.
Restricts access to documents in SharePoint based on the document’s metadata properties in order to ensure the right people are seeing the right information.
Document Policy Manager
Applies visual labels to existing and new documents automatically in order to make users aware of the sensitivity of information. Converts documents to Adobe PDF to protect against unauthorized editing of sensitive information.
"With the TITUS solution, we have confidence that information is being protectively marked and that it is staying within our organization when it travels via email."
— Mitch Levy, Assistant Secretary, DHS