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Advania’s new service helps companies easily gain control over their data

Published: 24 May 2022, 09:00 Updated: 30 May 2022, 17:39Digitization is for many Swedish companies the single most important priority, at the same time there are still very many management teams that do not have control over the company’s data. Advania’s unique solution “Data Management as a Service” gives company management an overview of the company’s data, which is a prerequisite for being able to protect business-critical information and ensure compliance. – To have full control over what data you have, where it is stored and how it is handled The best and safest way today is a business-critical issue that must lie with company management. Since it is management and the board that “owns” the company’s assets and risks, it is also they who should give the instructions to IT about this and not the other way around, says Fredrik Möller, business area manager Security at Advania. Digitization has meant that it has become increasingly easier for companies’ data to end up in the wrong hands, for example through hacker attacks. There are also regulatory risks, where, for example, poor compliance with the GDPR or if companies do not comply with Finansinspektionen’s requirements means that companies can risk fines and damage their confidence. – It is only when you have a good overview of what data is digitized, where it is located and who has access to it that you can set up good protection and routines to protect the information in the best way and ensure that regulatory requirements are complied with, says Fredrik Möller. Easy to implementAdvania Sweden is located in 20 locations in Sweden and the company’s service “Data Management as a Service” is completely unique in Europe. It is a service that can be done on a one-time basis or used continuously. The service is easy to implement and does not interfere with the company’s daily handling of data. – We produce a current situation of what information is available within the organization and where it is located and then make a risk assessment based on criteria that we arrive at together with each customer. In this way, management can make conscious decisions about how the data should be protected and handled by the organization. For example, we can identify all data about the GDPR, where it is located and what risk level each storage location entails. If we see that data is not secure, we give recommendations on how it can best be protected. We can also help encrypt or anonymize sensitive data without moving it, which reduces the impact on the user. Advania can also help its customers handle large volumes of data, which makes the service unique, and the service is delivered from Swedish data centers and no data leaves Sweden. – Our service enables management to make informed decisions about how their information assets should be managed. But it also provides a basis for “cleaning up” the company’s data. The increased amount of data that companies handle also means that there is often a lot of old data that has no value. By gaining insight into which data is outdated, or which is available as unnecessary duplicates, and deleting it also creates more efficient data management and reduced data storage costs, Fredrik Möller concludes. About Advania Advania is located in about 20 locations in Sweden and every day our 1,350 talents help our customers realize their goals. With a focus on long-term relationships, leading technologies, modern platform solutions and strategic partnerships, we make it easy for companies and public companies to grow with The article is produced by Brand Studio in collaboration with Advania and not an article by Dagens industri

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