How ThreatSwitch Workflows Save Sanity by Eliminating Countless Hours of Work For Your Entire Security Team
Now you can manage & facilitate organizational processes through tickets and affiliated tasks - enabling collaboration throughout your entire organization in a single platform. Watch the video below to see how it works.
You’re managing a lot…
Between incidents, internal investigations, onboarding and offboarding, training, and other high volume security compliance activities unique to your company. With the thousands of complex tasks, multiple participants and diverse data, it can be… stressful.
Enter ThreatSwitch Workflows. Built by security compliance professionals for security compliance professionals, we created a unique collaboration-centric, kanban-style workflow management hub that lets you define your own processes, create tickets, work together to get tasks done, and visualize progress.
Unlike databases and spreadsheets that don’t help organize, visualize, and automate common tasks, ThreatSwitch Workflows connect all the dots while engaging the entire team.
And unlike generic workflow tools that aren’t natively tied to complex security data like accesses and personnel security records, ThreatSwitch Workflows are setup to help with things like:
- Clearance Requests
- Open / Close (for SCIFs)
- FOCI Visits
- EXIM Processes
- Investigation Requests
- Specific forms completions (e.g. DD-254, SF-86, etc.)
- Custom task(s) specific to your enterprise
The Bottom Line
This is about efficiency, visibility, and reliability…
We specifically designed ThreatSwith Workflows to help you get work done faster, allow everyone to see what’s going on in individual tasks or across the enterprise, and dramatically facilitate the reliability and governance of security obligations.
The best part? There’s no technical expertise required to manage and facilitate organizational processes through Tickets and affiliated Tasks.
To see ThreatSwitch Workflows in action, check out the product demo video above.
To request a free demo, click here.