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Danny Solow
May 14, 2020

Quantitatively managing risk is challenging partially because you need real-time data that accurately depicts your mitigation posture. Then you need to know when something has gone beyond an acceptable risk threshold. For example, if you see a sudden spike in reported cyber incidents, how do you track that? For FSOs, does an individual's spike of visit or travel activity fire off an alarm?


Alert Notifications

Alerts can be configured with a variety of different triggers

Or what about when someone's eligibility is expired? Are you automatically notified that you need to take action?

ThreatSwitch's Advanced Reports and Analytics supports customers by allowing them to build those critical real-time risk KPIs. Now, ThreatSwitch also allows additional alerts to be configured based on customizable business rules.

One option for administrators is if you are looking for a consistent baseline for a large population, you can trigger alerts based on total changes in a given period of time. In the example below, an administrator will be alerted via email if the total number of foreign travel reports spikes by at least 10 in a given week.

Alert Configuration

No two organizations will have the same risk tolerances, so we provide a range of ways to configure alerts on your KPIs. So if you want to be alerted if your cyber reports have spiked within a given week, you can.

By keeping key stakeholders up to date with critical information, it has never been easier to effectively communicate and mitigate risk across your organization.

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