Titus Unveils Protection for Outlook

Titus Labs announced the introduction of Titus Labs Message Classification software version 2.7

Dark Reading Staff, Dark Reading

June 26, 2007

1 Min Read

OTTAWA -- Titus Labs a provider of email and document classification software that increases user awareness to sensitive information, today announced the introduction of Titus Labs Message Classification software version 2.7. The company’s latest edition of this classification and content protection solution for Microsoft Outlook and Outlook Web Access email communications, offers organizations a powerful way to enforce security policy, using email and document labels at the end-user level thereby ensuring sensitive or confidential information is appropriately handled.

Organizations of all sizes are increasingly dealing with a number of data security issues including intellectual property leakage, regulatory compliance, and data privacy, which make it increasingly important to implement ways to classify and protect content. While organizations as a whole often have security policies in place, individual users can easily breach these policies – inadvertently resulting in privacy or regulatory violations with negative impact on the organization including financial losses and damage to the organization’s reputation.

“Our customers need to be able to enforce security policy at multiple levels, starting with the end users who have the most insight into the level of sensitivity of the information they are dealing with,” said Tim Upton, President of Titus Labs. “Message Classification 2.7 offers support for classification and content protection at the desktop to address this critical need while ensuring the protection of information in a broad range of important business scenarios. The product is as simple to use as spell-checking, enabling rapid adoption by users.”

Titus Labs

About the Author(s)

Dark Reading Staff

Dark Reading

Dark Reading is a leading cybersecurity media site.

Keep up with the latest cybersecurity threats, newly discovered vulnerabilities, data breach information, and emerging trends. Delivered daily or weekly right to your email inbox.

You May Also Like

More Insights