Titus helps governments identify and protect data to stay compliant
Governments are in the business of handling sensitive information
From individual Personally Identifiable Information (PII) to top-secret defense or policy planning documents, handling confidential information is a critical part of governing.
But identifying and managing all that data can be difficult – especially when it shows up in unstructured formats like emails and documents.
It’s a big reason why, despite numerous stringent regulations, public sector data breaches are still commonplace.
Public sector organizations and government agencies need simple, intuitive and powerful tools to help employees across agencies and departments accurately identify and classify sensitive data.
Titus classification solutions harness the power of end users to ensure sensitive data is identified, classified and marked as it’s created and shared.
Machine readable classification, stored in file headers, allows the system to guide end users as they conduct their regular business, automatically notifying them when potential PII is spotted in an email or document.
Metadata and markings attached to documents ensure easy and consistent sharing among organizations.
MS Office Compatibility
Many governmental organizations have standardized on MS Office, and Titus solutions are fully compatible with Microsoft’s suite of tools including classification solutions for Office (including email classification for Outlook and document classification for PowerPoint, Word and Excel), metadata and markings for SharePoint, and file server classification for Windows Server.
Maintain compliance – no matter where you’re located
Titus classification solutions are flexible enough to meet the most demanding international and domestic regulations, such as:
- The Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) program, implemented in 2018 to standardize how U.S. government entities share information.
- The UK’s Government Security Classifications Policy (CGSP), requiring all governmental entities in the UK classify information as one of three types.
- The Australian Email Protective Marking Standard, a frequently changing set of rules requiring ongoing classification process adjustments.
White paper: Three steps to protecting PII in the government
Take a deeper dive into the three key steps that must be taken by government organizations to protect PII they have in their possession.