Identify Sensitive Data
Identify the sensitivity of email and documents so that your organization can make intelligent, deliberate decisions on how that information is handled. With support for automated, system-suggested, or user-driven classification, TITUS solutions enable organizations to identify the sensitivity and value of unstructured data.
Change User Behavior
Promote a culture of security by prompting users to stop, think, and consider the business value of the information they are creating and handling. TITUS makes users aware of their responsibilities when handling corporate information, helping to align end user behavior with corporate security policy.
Prevent Mistakes and Enforce Policy
Prevent users from making common security mistakes that can lead to job losses and competitive threats. From interactive policy warnings on the desktop and mobile devices, to automated encryption and RMS, TITUS helps your organization address insider threat and reduce the risk of data loss.
Maintain your competitive advantage by preventing the unauthorized disclosure of sensitive data. As users handle email and documents, TITUS enforces security policy and provides targeted, interactive education so that users are accountable for protecting sensitive business information.
Detect Insider Threats
Identify insider threats and monitor the effectiveness of 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.
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.
What Customers Think
"By implementing TITUS Classification, we have enhanced our overall security and are effectively protecting our most sensitive information from insider threats."
IT Innovation and Security Manager, Safran Morpho