An Ottawa data classification firm says a new agreement with NATO’s information and communications technology division opens the door to further sales to the military alliance.
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On Wednesday, Titus said it had signed a joint master service agreement with the NATO Communications and Information (NCI) Agency, which is responsible for delivering command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance – the so-called C4ISR – technology to support NATO decisions and missions.
Ottawa-based Titus sells software that enables organizations to classify and protect sensitive information in emails, documents and other file types.
The company says its solutions are already in use by several NATO agencies as well as on several NCIA projects. The new agreement, Titus says, will make it easier for the firm to sell its products to NCIA, NATO member countries and other NATO entities.
“We are pleased to see the continuation and growth of our relationship with NATO and specifically NCIA,” said Mitch Robinson, Titus’ president and chief operating officer, in a statement. “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.”