TITUS eases Australian government email compliance

TITUS  has announced the latest release of its Message Classification product has been specifically designed to assist Australian government departments to comply with the most recent version of the Australian Government‘s Email Protective Marking Standard (EPMS V2012.2).

This standard  mandates the use and format of protective markings for all email messages exchanged within and between government agencies, and is supported “out-of-the-box” through a specific package of TITUS Message Classification v3.5.

TITUS has produced and included recommended product configurations. These configurations not only ensure support for the new standard, but they also provide customers with interoperability with the previous version of the standard (V2005.6). This interoperability helps minimise disruption when migrating from the old to the new standard. Guided classification support and tooltips help end users fully understand and get up and running with the new security classifications.

“TITUS has a great deal of history in Australia, and many long-standing customers throughout the Australian federal government,” said Stephane Charbonneau, Chief Technology Officer with TITUS.

“We are working closely with our customers to help them become compliant with the new version of EPMS as quickly and effortlessly as possible. We have received feedback from several key customers who are extremely happy to have us working with them on this.”

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