Classification and protection of unstructured data

In this podcast recorded at RSA Conference 2015, Stephane Charbonneau, CTO of TITUS, talks about TITUS Classification Suite 4, a significant new release of its flagship data identification and information protection suite.

Already in use by the French Ministry of Defense and others, the new solution uses content and context to automatically classify and protect information as it is handled by users, and allows manual and guided classification for maximum flexibility and user engagement. Fine-grained policy control and comprehensive metadata capture also leverages overall security investment, improves data management and increases regulatory compliance.

TITUS Classification Suite 4 offers organizations a new flexible policy engine that can apply complex rules to protect information without getting in the way of business process or requiring users to remember specific security policies. Administrators can set up policies to, for example, classify email based on recipients; protect email based on the content or classification of attachments; classify and protect documents based on content, filename or location; or prevent printing of sensitive documents to non-secure printers. Customizable, easy-to-use alerts warn users of special information handling conditions or possible impending security violations.

TITUS Classification Suite 4 also integrates with data loss prevention (DLP) solutions, allowing enterprises to optimize security policy, focus on high-risk areas, and capture retention-related metadata for informed archiving or deletion. New integration capabilities, such as with the IntelĀ® Security Data Exchange Layer (DXL), will allow organizations to enhance their behavioral analytics and reporting capabilities, which can help them uncover malicious insider threats.