October 12, 2010 09:02 ET

Latest Release of Titus Message Classification Helps Organizations Prevent Information Leaks

New features 'One Click Classification' and Content Review simplify protection of email

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Titus, a leading provider of security and compliance solutions for email and documents, today announced the release of the latest version of their flagship message classification product – Titus Message Classification.

"The consequences of information leaks have been front page news, and organizations are increasing their focus on protecting data and ensuring that internal information stays internal," said Tim Upton, Founder and CEO of Titus. "Titus Message Classification offers organizations an important solution to help enforce policies and prevent inadvertent disclosure of information. With this release, we've made effective data protection as simple as one mouse click."

"Organizations are constantly pushed to share more of their sensitive data with partners, clients and even competitors in this age of collaboration and transparency," said Eric Ouellet, Vice President of Research with Gartner. "A combination of classification and content awareness capabilities can form the basis for organizations to protect their information while enabling them to share it effectively."

The most important step in securing information is to understand what information is truly sensitive and what information can be freely shared. By protectively marking information, organizations can accomplish this objective. Titus Message Classification ensures that all Microsoft Outlook and Outlook Web Access messages are protectively marked before they can be sent, helping to prevent inadvertent disclosure, comply with marking standards and enhance other solutions used by the organization such as DLP and encryption.

New features in the latest version of Titus Message Classification include:

  • One Click Classification: This feature enables users to classify, mark, and protect their email with one click of the mouse. Users simply click a button on the ribbon or toolbar to choose their classification. Administrators can also provide a default classification so that users require no clicks for the majority of their email correspondence.
  • Content Review and Redaction: When sensitive email content triggers a warning, users can click "Correct Message" to see the exact areas in the email where the problem exists. Content Review highlights the sensitive information and enables the user to either edit the content themselves, or automatically black out the sensitive or confidential content using the new Redaction feature.

Also being released today is the latest version of Titus Document Classification, which features One Click Classification and support for Office 2010.

About Titus

Titus is the leading provider of email, document and SharePoint classification software solutions to help organizations share information securely while meeting policy and compliance requirements. Our solutions enable military, government, and large enterprises to raise awareness and meet regulatory compliance by visually alerting end users to the sensitivity of information. Products include Titus Message Classification, the leading message classification and labeling solution for Microsoft Outlook, OWA and mobile devices; Titus Document Classification, the premiere document classification and labeling solution for Microsoft Office documents; and the Titus family of classification and security solutions for Microsoft SharePoint. Titus solutions are deployed to over 1.5 million users within our over 200 military, government and enterprise customers worldwide, including the United States Air Force, Dow Corning, NATO, Canadian Department of National Defence, Australian Department of Defence, and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. For more information, visit www.titus.com.

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