EVALUATE RELATIONSHIP ACTIVITY

AND MINIMIZE RISK

RISK ANALYTICS

The first stage of any investigation is to piece together what went on and how different people may be connected. Quickly understanding both the internal and external networks is critical to solving the case. TrustSphere’s Risk Analytics Solutions enable investigators to instantly piece together the networks surrounding individuals who are allegedly involved in any situation. Collusion happens between people who already know one another. Understanding the strength of the relationship between these people and being able to intuitively explore their interactions using real-time data gives analysts unprecedented capabilities to resolve cases. By providing a unique line of insight through specially generated alerts and reports, TrustSphere’s Risk Analytics Solutions will significantly augment your organization’s compliance procedures and regulations.

RAPIDLY EVALUATE RELATIONSHIPS OF INTEREST

Employee misbehavior such as fraud, financial crime, bullying, harassment and competitor collusion always involve two or more parties. TrustSphere’s Risk Analytics enables the rapid identification of the involved parties thereby maintaining strict business confidentiality around the incident, and concerned relationships of interest.

MONITOR FOR POTENTIAL DATA LEAKAGE

With such wide access by staff to sensitive corporate information, the threat of data leaks have unfortunately become more prevalent than ever before. Whilst expensive data leakage prevention (DLP) systems have been designed to prevent such leaks, their effectiveness in practice remains somewhat limited. TrustSphere has the ability to identify and alert on which staff members are sending messages (including attachments) to their personal emails or ‘blacklisted’ accounts, which provides investigators a simple yet effective way of spotting suspicious behavior.

BENCHMARK NORMALCY

People are creatures of habit. Over time we gravitate towards a ‘typical’ set of behaviors. Communication patterns are no different. Changes in behavior are often an indicator of fraud. Understanding patterns around events such as employee on-boarding / off-boarding, media and statutory releases, allows managers and teams to manage the risks around these events.

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