Federal government departments deploy TITUS software for sensitive data protection
By Canadian SecurityNews Data Security
TITUS, a provider of data security and governance software, has been selected by a number of federal government departments to identify and protect sensitive information.
The Treasury Board of Canada, Canadian Department of Finance, Public Safety Canada, Privy Council Office and FINTRAC (Financial Transactions Reports Analysis Centre of Canada) are deploying TITUS classification software to help them fulfill the requirements on the handling of sensitive information laid down by the government’s Security Policy and Cyber Security Strategy.
TITUS solutions involve end users in the overall data loss protection strategy. Sensitive information is identified and protected, and visual labels are used to raise security awareness throughout the government.
“In the past few years, we have seen several governments, including the Australian and U.K. governments, mandate classification and protective marking as part of their overall security strategy. With these recent wins, we now see the Canadian government moving in the same direction to protect important information,” said Tim Upton, founder, president and CEO of TITUS.
“These deals are significant for us as they show the commitment our government has made to information protection and how they view TITUS solutions as a key component of their information protection plans.”
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