RSA 2015 started off with a bang last evening for TITUS. Great crowds at the TITUS booth (1215), and lots of people interested in learning more about our information classifications solutions. Today will be an even bigger day for TITUS at RSA as we officially launch TITUS Classification Suite 4, a significant new release of our flagship data identification and information protection suite.
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.
According to the French Ministry of Defense, “With TITUS Classification Suite, we are able to ensure that data is handled appropriately by employees throughout our organization. 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 sensitivedocuments to non-secure printers. Customizable, easy-to-use alerts warn users of special information handling conditions or possible impending security violations.
We’re excited to be launching TITUS Classification Suite 4 at RSA. As TITUS Founder and CEO Tim Upton said, “TITUS is proud to deliver a solution that we have worked toward with the input of hundreds of customers over the last ten years. 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.”