Promote Security Awareness
Promote a culture of security by prompting users to stop, think, and consider the sensitivity and value of the information they are creating and handling. TITUS makes users aware of their responsibilities when handling sensitive information, helping to align end user behavior with security policy.
Prevent Data Loss
Identify and protect sensitive information. As users handle email and documents, TITUS enforces corporate policy and provides targeted, interactive education so that security becomes everyone’s responsibility.
Identify and protect the private information of police force personnel and citizens, including health information, Social Security Numbers and other PII stored in email and documents. As users handle sensitive information, TITUS provides real-time alerts to prevent privacy violations and increase user accountability for proper information handling.
Reduce Mobile Risks
Mitigate the risks of mobile information sharing by extending the benefits of classification to your mobile workforce. TITUS Classification for Mobile applies classification, prevents data loss, and controls document sharing, so that your users can work securely from desktop to mobile device.
Share Information Securely
Balance information sharing with information protection so that your organization can collaborate with other police forces, legal counsel and citizens with confidence. TITUS data classification and policy enforcement provide the foundation to enable secure collaboration from desktop to mobile device.
Detect Insider Threats
Identify insider threats and monitor the effectiveness of compliance and security policies by analyzing how your users interact with sensitive information. As users work with email, documents and files, TITUS logs meaningful activities for detailed reporting, analytics, and threat detection.
What Customers Think
"TITUS Classification is a valuable improvement to our information security capabilities, and by helping us to achieve compliance and mitigate risk, it has been a success."
John Baker, Deputy Head of Communications and IT