Human Risk Platform
Traditional tools fail to provide contextual information about insider risk ― critical in the era of continuous security breaches and mounting governmental demands for regulatory surveillance. RedOwl is the leading platform integrating structured and unstructured data to provide holistic visibility into nuanced human activity, patterns, and long-term trends which comprise human risk.
- Data without context is of limited value.
- Human behavior comes down to fundamentals ― act, communicate, move + enrichment.
- Workflow is everything for complex problems: speed purpose, context, spread.
- One data source is a reference point, not an alert. Ineffective alerts can adversely affect workflow.
- Analysts and teams are a key part of information security and regulatory surveillance architecture.
Leverage all Structured and Unstructured Data Sources
- Market Data
- Physical Access
- HR Data
- Third-Party Feeds
Layered Analytics Form the Core of our Analytic Platform
Security analytics delivers visibility into enterprise risk in an era when the threats have surpassed the perimeter.
Streamlined technology makes it easier to review large data sets and work with teams of supervisors across the company.
“RedOwl has the capability of understanding how your organization functions, processing those details and providing a solution to defend it from the insider threats that we all face today. Their capabilities are unique across the industry, and we are very excited about the future of the company.”
Jay Leek, Chief Information Security Officer, Blackstone Group
“RedOwl is rethinking how both the enterprise and government conduct responsible oversight of their own people through data science and software. RedOwl has assembled a world class team to tackle the industry’s most urgent cyber concern – insider risk – and they are already delivering real and immediate value. I have experienced Reveal deployed in the private sector and can attest to its success and value add with respect to mitigating risk and closing the vulnerabilities gap in the risk equation.”
Tim Murphy, Former FBI Deputy Director