“TITUS Classification Suite is a product that approaches an old problem in a new and innovative way”

Ottawa, ON – June 17, 2015TITUS, the market leader in classification and protection of email, documents and other unstructured data, received a 5 star rating for TITUS Classification Suite 4, and is SC Magazine’s Recommended Product in the Data Classification and DLP Group Product Test featured in the June 2015 issue.

Some highlights:

  • The TITUS Administration Console was one of the cleanest interfaces we've seen. It was simple and easy to manage permissions in a unique way.
  • The Windows File Explorer integration is absolutely seamless.
  • TITUS documentation is verbose and detailed.
  • TITUS Classification Suite is a product that approaches an old problem in a new and innovative way.

“After such a successful launch of TITUS Classification Suite 4 earlier this year, we are pleased to receive this validation from SC Magazine,” said TITUS Founder and CEO Tim Upton. “This is a product that we are extremely proud of, and are excited to deliver to our customers.”

TITUS Classification Suite 4 uses content and context to automatically classify and protect information as it is handled by users, and allows manual and guided classification for maximum flexibility and user engagement. Fine-grained policy control and comprehensive metadata capture also leverages overall security investment, improves data management and increases regulatory compliance.

The full review can be found online, and in the June 2015 print edition of SC Magazine. Visit our TITUS Classification Suite 4 page for more information on this 5 star product.

About TITUS
TITUS solutions enable organisations to classify, protect and confidently share their information, and meet regulatory compliance requirements by identifying and securing unstructured data. TITUS Classification Suite includes the leading email, document and file classification and marking solutions, trusted by millions of users in over 60 countries around the world. Its customers include Dell, Nokia, Dow Corning, United States Air Force, NATO, Pratt and Whitney, the Canadian Department of National Defence, and the Australian Department of Defence. To learn more about how TITUS is ensuring enterprise information is protected from desktop to mobile to cloud, visit www.titus.com.


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French Ministry of Defense among organizations using new solution to classify, protect and confidently share data through fine-grained policy control, guided usage and advanced metadata capture

San Francisco, CA —RSA Conference 2015 (Booth 1215 - South Expo Hall) – April 21, 2015TITUS, the market leader in classification and protection of email, documents and other unstructured data, today launched TITUS Classification Suite 4, a significant new release of its flagship data identification and information protection suite. Already in use by the French Ministry of Defense and others, the new solution uses content and context to automatically classify and protect information as it is handled by users, and allows manual and guided classification for maximum flexibility and user engagement. Fine-grained policy control and comprehensive metadata capture also leverages overall security investment, improves data management and increases regulatory compliance.

“With TITUS Classification Suite, we are able to ensure that data is handled appropriately by employees throughout our organization,” said an official representative CIS with the French Ministry of Defense. “Classification is the cornerstone of our information security policies, and TITUS Classification Suite helps us to continually reinforce security policies with our employees.”

TITUS Classification Suite 4 offers organizations a new flexible policy engine that can apply complex rules to protect information without getting in the way of business process or requiring users to remember specific security policies. Administrators can set up policies to, for example, classify email based on recipients; protect email based on the content or classification of attachments; classify and protect documents based on content, filename or location; or prevent printing of sensitive documents to non-secure printers. Customizable, easy-to-use alerts warn users of special information handling conditions or possible impending security violations.

“We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again — data classification matters. In compliance-based strategies, there are two types of data to classify — regulated and nonregulated. Compliance is not security. It does not capture sensitive (nonregulated!) data like corporate confidential communications, intellectual property, marketing plans, or board meeting minutes. All of the nonregulated data would be left out in the no-man’s land of “low risk data,” which it clearly isn’t,” said Forrester Research Inc. in the report, “Twelve Recommendations For Your Security Program In 2015” (March 2015).

TITUS Classification Suite 4 also integrates with data loss prevention (DLP) solutions, allowing enterprises to optimize security policy, focus on high-risk areas, and capture retention-related metadata for informed archiving or deletion. New integration capabilities, such as with the Intel® Security Data Exchange Layer (DXL), will allow organizations to enhance their behavioral analytics and reporting capabilities, which can help them uncover malicious insider threats.

“User behavior visibility is key to detecting insider threats,” said Tom Fountain, Senior Vice President of Strategy and Corporate Development at Intel Security. “With TITUS Classification Suite 4 integrating with both our DLP solutions as well as in our broader Data Exchange Layer (DXL) ecosystem, this type of visibility is becoming a reality. The data sensitivity and user activity context that TITUS provides to other integrated solutions within the DXL ecosystem can provide critical insights to help detect real insider threats as they happen. We look forward to seeing our joint customers take advantage of these capabilities to enhance their overall data protection and security strategies.”

“TITUS is proud to deliver a solution that we have worked toward with the input of hundreds of customers over the last ten years,” said Tim Upton, Founder and CEO of TITUS. “From simplifying the administration for our largest enterprise customers, to helping address malicious insider threats, to supporting advanced business rules for challenging problems such as IP protection and export control—we are delivering a unique ability for enterprises worldwide to protect their most sensitive information.”

With TITUS Classification Suite 4, enterprises can:

TITUS Classification Suite 4 is comprised of TITUS Message Classification for Microsoft Outlook, TITUS Classification for Microsoft Office, and TITUS Classification for Desktop. TITUS Classification solutions for Mobile and Outlook Web App (OWA) are also available.

About TITUS
TITUS solutions enable organisations to classify, protect and confidently share their information, and meet regulatory compliance requirements by identifying and securing unstructured data. TITUS Classification Suite includes the leading email, document and file classification and marking solutions, trusted by millions of users in over 60 countries around the world. Its customers include Dell, Nokia, Dow Corning, United States Air Force, NATO, Pratt and Whitney, the Canadian Department of National Defence, and the Australian Department of Defence. To learn more about how TITUS is ensuring enterprise information is protected from desktop to mobile to cloud, visit www.titus.com.


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