Comply with NERC CIP V5
Address key information protection requirements of the North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) Version 5 standards. TITUS helps utilities meet CIP-011-1, which requires Responsible Entities to identify information that meets the definition of Bulk Electric System (BES) Cyber System Information.
Identify Cyber System Information
Add information indicators (classifications and labels) to email, documents, and files. With support for automated, system-suggested, or user-driven classification, Responsible Entities can easily identify information that is part of their information protection program.
Protect Critical Data Assets
Reduce the risk of cyber-attack by specifying the circumstances under which BES Cyber System Information can be shared with or used by third parties. TITUS adds visual markings and handling instructions to email and documents so that users can make informed decisions about information protection.
Change User Behavior
Promote a culture of security by making users aware of their responsibilities when handling BES Cyber System Information. As users handle email and documents, TITUS enforces information protection policy and provides targeted, interactive education so that security becomes everyone’s responsibility.
Protect Content with RMS
Apply persistent protection to email and documents with Microsoft Active Directory Rights Management Services (RMS). TITUS provides the ideal front-end to RMS by automatically protecting information based on classification, content, recipients, and other attributes.
Optimize Security Solutions
Enhance the ability of DLP and gateway encryption solutions to protect BES Cyber Security Information during transit. By applying persistent classification metadata to email and documents, TITUS empowers other security solutions to recognize and protect your critical data assets for secure collaboration.
What Customers Think
"We chose TITUS Classification products to secure our sensitive information, and to identify, classify and protect unstructured data in order to comply with North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) standards."
Pacific Northwest Utility Company