Jönköping Energi finds that a traditional DLP provider does not provide enough insight into their cyber infrastructure. With Ava Reveal, their company is now able to see how employees are using their computers, and in understanding this, they can better follow how sensitive information moves throughout the company. Reveal gives them visibility into where documents are being saved, whether it is safe or not, and if the right people have access to that information. Jönköping is also able to spot inefficiencies and better assign access to those who do and do not need access to these files.
With the increased visibility, Jönköping continues to grow and adjust its employees’ guidelines in accordance with this new insight. Since Ava Reveal can bring company handbooks to life with alerts, the rules have been adjusted to keep the handbook and employees always up-to-date. With a better-defined handbook comes a more accurate collection of any anomalies found by the Reveal Agent. While most employees take the time to read through their handbooks upon arrival to the company, once settled, it is not often that they revisit these guides. Now Jönköping does not need to worry if employees have been keeping themselves familiar with new rules. The Reveal Agent handles this for them, allowing employees to also be confident in their daily work.
Their company has also created a better system for the classification of documents and unstructured data, making it more apparent to both Reveal and employees of Jönköping which data contains sensitive information and how to handle each accordingly. In taking the time to classify documents, Jönköping has created better organization within the system, helping to prevent the unknowing movement of sensitive data. Thereby their company is better protected against the threat of attack both internally and externally. The close relationship they share with their Ava partner also helps them get the most out of this system while staying continuously updated on their company’s health.