Ontic, the protective intelligence software innovator digitally transforming how companies actively identify, investigate, assess, watch and manage physical security threats, today announced the expansion of its Protective Intelligence platform to fully integrate a new Investigations and Case Management offering.
Purpose-built for corporate security and physical threat investigations teams, the new Ontic solution enables them to research, document, track, report and recommend preventive measures for cases in order to mitigate future incidents.
“Ontic is the only platform that integrates investigations into an end-to-end threat management solution,” said Manish Mehta, Chief Product Officer, Ontic. “With so much at stake, corporate security teams are looking for investigative tools that allow teams to research, collaborate and take action on the surfaced intelligence.
Ontic provides the full picture of an investigation, accurately records details and observations, finds connections and uncovers evidence in one centralized location.”
Key features of the expanded offering of include:
- Integrated research capabilities including identity searches, social listening and public records, and the ability to connect to existing entities, related intelligence and associations.
- Enhanced cross-functional collaboration with shared notes, task assignment, instant messaging and an end-to-end audit trail.
- Dynamic, configurable dashboards to track progress and view aggregate metrics.
- Comprehensive, customizable reporting to share investigation findings, present analysis to address areas of concern and risk mitigation and continuously monitor cases.
This solution enables physical security and HR teams to save time and resources by reducing manual research and report creation. Furthermore, with the ability to track activities and progress for consistency and compliance, teams can build trust and confidence with leadership through the delivery of custom, in-depth reports and achieve positive resolutions.
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