United States Air Force selects Titus Message Classification
Titus enables US Air Force to protect highly sensitive information while allowing for sharing of information with allies
Tampa, Florida (LandWarNet 2010) — Titus, a leading provider of security and compliance solutions for email and documents, today announced that the United States Air Force has chosen Titus Message Classification as their email security classification tool for 150,000 employees.
“Military organizations throughout the world are choosing Titus as their email security solution,” said Tim Upton, President of Titus. “The military refers to the ‘five eyes’ – the five countries (US, UK, Australia, New Zealand, and Canada) that have established an alliance for the purpose of sharing information and intelligence. Titus Message Classification is now being used by military organizations in all of the ‘five eyes’, so the solution is helping these countries securely and effectively share information.”
Deploying Titus Message Classification will give US Air Force staff the ability to classify or label all email in compliance with their marking standards, including the CAPCO marking requirement.
“We know that having the ability to classify email is extremely important for military organizations such as the US Air Force,” said Stephane Charbonneau, Chief Technology Officer with Titus. “Their staff need to be able to protect the information via email while being able to effectively share appropriate information with other US government agencies and their allies. Our solutions enable them to share information in a secure fashion.”
Titus Message Classification is an easy-to-use classification and policy enforcement tool that ensures every email is classified and protectively marked before it is sent. The solution enables users to apply uniform, consistent, and comprehensive markings to emails – with little or no knowledge of regulatory marking standards. By ensuring properly marked emails, the solution helps to promote cross-domain sharing while reducing spillage of classified and sensitive information.