Introduction to Ava Reveal


Ava Reveal is an insider risk detection & response solution designed with human behavior in mind:
– Prevent IP theft and sabotage (Data Protection)
– Educate the first line of defense (Cyber Hygiene)
– Accelerate threat hunting (Analyst Services)

Ava Reveal is built on the user behavior principles of educating, empowering, and trust. Using this approach, organizations can address the majority of use cases related to insider risk with the help of the employees themselves.
It combines the best technologies from DLP, EDR, User behavior analytics and SIEM, but also adds security policy monitoring and awareness training into a single comprehensive human-centric security solution. They already demonstrated the success of their platform by winning the US Cyber Command Competition in 2019.

Register to see how Ava Reveal works and how it can help you address a gap in the market.


  • 10:00 o'clock Introduction by TD
  • 10:05 o'clock Ava Reveal
  • 10:20 o'clock Demo platform
  • 10:40 o'clock Q&A
  • 11:00 o'clock End
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