NATO and TITUS sign agreement

By Communication 2/17/2017
The NATO Communications and Information (NCI) Agency signed an agreement with TITUS on 10 February 2017 to extend the provisions of the company's classification and protection solutions to the NCI Agency, NATO countries and other NATO entities.

The NATO Communications and Information (NCI) Agency signed an agreement with TITUS on 10 February 2017 to extend the provisions of the company's classification and protection solutions to the NCI Agency, NATO countries and other NATO entities.

NATO's cyber defences need to remain robust as they face more than 550 million cyber events daily, a 60% year-on-year increase (see infographic).  Attacks are also growing in sophistication.

TITUS classification and policy enforcement tools are used by the Agency to help ensure that unstructured information in emails and in documents is classified, protectively marked and secured. They enable users to apply uniform, consistent, and comprehensive markings, help promote cross-domain sharing and reduce spillage of classified and sensitive information.

"We are pleased to see the continuation and growth of our relationship with NATO, and specifically NCI Agency. While TITUS solutions have already been in use by some NATO member agencies, with this agreement in place we look forward to working more closely together to achieve consistent, effective information protection across the board," said Mitch Robinson, President and Chief Operating Officer TITUS.

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