Any government’s primary security challenge is data loss related to security breaches. Protecting sensitive data from being exfiltrated and falling into the wrong hands is a government’s responsibility to their people.
Some government bodies have in-house document systems to control data. However, these document systems need to be used consistently to be effective. Without enforcing the use of the document systems, the government has no control over what happens to the data that is handled outside the system.
In addition, many government agencies have hundreds or thousands of employees. A lot of these employees may have privileged access to sensitive data and systems. With the high number of turnover, educating employees becomes a crucial part of improving cyber hygiene.
Faced with limited insight and control, security teams need to understand how data is handled. Choose Reveal–winner of U.S. Cyber Command–to identify and manage risks related to data processing as well as educating employees on IT security and compliance policies.
With incident-based training, you can train your employees to make the right decisions on detection of unacceptable behavior, reinforce corporate security policies, and promote good cyber hygiene. Achieve a lasting impactful effect with adaptive IT security policy enforcement.
Map relevant IT security standards, laws, and regulations to Reveal policies in the endpoints to help organizations become and stay compliant. The endpoints are literally guiding the employees to make the right choices, and empower the organizations to control their status on compliance.
Individual user profiles shed light on how data is accessed and used, with optional anonymization for privacy. With user activity monitoring, you can protect your systems and data from those who already have privileged access and knowledge of sensitive data and systems.
Track file movement on and across systems and browsers with advanced content inspection to protect against data loss. Patterns include credit or debit card numbers, identity card numbers, insurance numbers, social security numbers, and national health service numbers.
Ava Reveal is UAM certified by National Insider Threat Task Force (NITTF), providing individual user profiles, keystroke monitoring, full application content, and screen capture. All data is attributed to a specific user, even on shared machines.
With Ava Reveal’s industry-leading solution of pre-built data minimization techniques, such as pseudonymization and anonymization (partial and full redaction), you can now detect and mitigate threats while maintaining the confidentiality of users.