Siren introduces 360 degrees data visibility, data model scalability

On May 6, Siren, a leading provider of Investigative Intelligence analytics, announced the release of Siren 12.1. The latest version of Siren introduces several enhancements and improvements including 360 degrees data visibility, downloadable and editable reports, and data model scalability. The latest iteration of the Siren platform pushes forward what is achievable in the investigative world, launching new capabilities which have been developed in line with rapidly changing investigators requirements to generate insights at machine speed and scale, the company said.

360 Degrees Data Visibility

The ability to see 360 degrees of information in a single screen is fundamental for investigators. Siren 12.1 provides extensions to facilitate obtaining 360 degrees views around entities (people, companies) – no matter where the original information resides. Siren 12.1 introduces the ability to generate a rich 360 degrees entity description. These are scripted interactive templates which show information about the record with data coming not only from the record itself, but also from connected records and web service calls. Templates can be visualized by clicking on the records, or they can be consumed as Word or PDF exports – and can be copy and pasted for easy editing and dissemination.

At the heart of the flexibility offered by this new report feature are two elements:

  • The Siren API has been powered up with new graph traversal capabilities. Users that are writing templates can start from a record and navigate to find connected records whose values can be visualized.
  • The resulting data is then turned into react/HTML for rich interactive experiences or converted into PDF/Word using the built in Report Building interface.

Dr. Giovanni Tummarello, founder and chief product officer at Siren, said, “The new 360 degrees data visibility capability is a major step forward for our platform and aligns with the vision we have for investigative intelligence. We transform big data into actionable intelligence, helping investigators move away from the “swivel chair” approach. Our platform enables investigators to access disconnected systems and retrieve pertinent information quickly and efficiently. 12.1 further enables law enforcement analysts to spot never before seen patterns in investigations as the requirement for advanced correlation analysis on multiple datasets becomes an industry driver. This is an important release for our clients in Law Enforcement, National Security, Cyber Security and Corporate Risk and Compliance Management.”

Source: Siren

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