Product review: Titus Labs helps stop e-mail slips
Titus Labs Message Classification proves an easy and flexible way to enforce data sensitivity labeling in OutlookFollow @rogeragrimes
If there is a downside to be found, it is in the lack of included reporting. Message Classification reporting is limited to writing events to the normal Windows event log, collecting those events into a central repository, and creating custom reports. Events can be written whenever message classification is used, or writing can be limited to more significant events (failed data classification downgrade). It would better if Titus Labs provided its own data collection and reporting tool with multiple predefined reports.
Titus Labs had made a thoughtful product that can only increase the security awareness of data sensitivity when users rely on Microsoft Office products. Titus Labs has a wide list of satisfied customers, both big and small, including Dow Corning, and multiple state and federal government entities. Titus Labs, and other data classification products like it, should be considered by any midlevel or larger company trying to efficiently place the right level of data protection where it is needed. Pricing starts at $25 per user, with volume discounts available.