Classification and Policy Enforcement for Microsoft Office
Easily Classify Documents Based on the Document Owner's Role
File classification is the critical first step in managing the sheer volume of unstructured data on file servers. To simplify the classification process, it is useful to start with an intelligent default based on file attributes such as the document's owner's role within the organization.
FCI provides out-of-the-box functionality to classify files based on location and content. Organizations can extend FCI's capabilities by using TITUS Owner-based Classification to classify files based on user role. For example, organizations can automatically classify Executive users' files as "High Sensitivity", or HR staff files as "HR Restricted".
Owner-based Classification for FCI can be used with Document Marking for FCI to automatically assign classifications and visual markings based on user role.
Automatic classification based on document owner
Add Watermarks and Labels to Microsoft Office Word Documents
Adding visual labels to documents is one of the most effective ways to increase security awareness. By including classification labels in the document itself, authors and recipients are more accountable for proper information handling.
TITUS has extended the File Classification Infrastructure to add visual markings (headers, footers, and watermarks) to Word documents in Office 2007 format (docx). Document Marking for FCI automatically adds labels to existing and new documents, promoting a culture of awareness and helping to ensure that information is shared appropriately.
Document Marking for FCI can be used with Owner-based Classification for FCI to automatically assign classifications and visual markings based on user role.
Word 2007 document with classification labels, including watermark