Ottawa's Titus will perform classification and protection of documents from Netherlands-based DSM.
The technology is intended to stop data breaches among employees, DSM stated.
"We see examples in the news every day of organizations feeling the effects of their corporate information being inadvertently leaked," stated Titus chief executive Tim Upton.
"Organizations such as DSM understand that they can do something to prevent these leaks, and are taking the step of proactively deploying a solution such as ours to educate users and protect information. They are involving their users as a key part of their overall data loss prevention strategy."
Financial details of the deal were not disclosed.
DSM is a multinational manufacturing company focusing in health, nutrition and materials. The company has two Canadian offices, according to its website.