92% of investigators are frustrated by time consuming manual methods of intelligence research.Source: Siren internal data 2022
National security today is a large-scale data problem. Cyber is now a major battlespace. Traditional intelligence domains of SIGINT, HUMINT are being augmented by OSINT sources. The merging of classified information with open sources of information is now a critical part of the national security landscape.
Tactical investigation or broader Policing Intelligence is such a huge challenge for many Law Enforcement agencies. Often trying to process unrelated data with 30 year old desktop technology is very challenging and it is today a challenge for every Law Enforcement Agency in the world.
Fraud & Compliance
Fraud, insider threats and risk are huge issues for corporations globally. Many corporates are struggling with the scale of the fraud, risk and threat dynamic internally. They are standing up teams to act as an internal policing service for these threats.
Those tasked with protecting the most sensitive and critical networks are proactive in their threat stance. They have lots of data, internal, vendor data, free open sources. But out of billions of rows of data how do you stay alert to what is relevant and a real and present threat? How do you know what matters? What if you miss something very subtle?
A major western country was establishing a national cyber monitoring service to help protect critical national infrastructure. This was a major challenge in establishing a service quickly as foreign cyber attacks had become more and more of an issue.
“The network graphs in Siren are like an addictive drug. We get insights just not possible in any other tools”
“Siren looks amazing and is so much more efficient than existing methods. It's very exciting!”
“What I can do in minutes in Siren used to take me days of manual work in the past. And my confidence is getting the right result and the full picture is much much higher in Siren”
“Before Siren we had hundreds of digital forensics phone images that we could not connect to our criminal investigations data. Now we can see the relationships across multiple phones involved in drug overdoses.”
“I needed a way to streamline investigations. My team was spending too much time doing manual searching in different systems and piecing the information together on spreadsheets. Siren gives them one place to search across different systems and ties it all together graphically. A massive time saver”