TITUS and the NATO Communications and Information Agency (NCIA) recently signed a joint Master Service Agreement (MSA) that enables TITUS to supply our solutions to NCI Agency, NATO Member Nations and other NATO entities.
Cybersecurity is a major area of concern for NATO, and is considered the fourth domain of operations after air, land and water. NATO and its member agencies know that they need to be prepared to defend networks and operations against the increasingly sophisticated cyber threats and attacks.
Many NATO agencies and projects have already been using TITUS solutions to help classify and secure unstructured data. This agreement will enable NCIA to streamline and standardize on TITUS solutions across the agency, as well as in NATO Member Nations.
“We are pleased to see the continuation and growth of our relationship with NATO,” said Mitch Robinson, President and COO at TITUS. “This agreement will allow us to work even more closely with NATO to help them achieve consistent, effective information protection across their organization.”
TITUS has extensive experience helping military organizations around the world protect their most sensitive information. To learn more, visit our military solutions page.