Siren 14.2 Dramatically Speeds up Security Investigations and Surfaces Untapped Intelligence

Siren, the all-in-one investigation company, is releasing the latest version of its software, presenting investigators with a pre-built intelligence graph that hastens the investigation process.

Siren 14.2 automatically makes complex connections from large volumes of disparate data, surfacing previously inaccessible intelligence and improving effectiveness, according to the company.

“This release is absolutely huge for our users. Analysts who found knowledge graphs a challenge in the past can now have one built for them. The capability automatically maximizes the intelligence scope so is a massive improvement in terms of effectiveness, for even the most experienced investigator,” said John Randles, CEO of Siren.

By simplifying the transition from search to investigation, Siren 14.2 enables law enforcement to respond quickly. From a single search result, Siren can now automate the creation of a full graph investigation, ensuring that all relevant connections and relationships are correctly mapped.

According to Siren, this comprehensive overview is crucial in understanding the broader context of criminal activities. Siren takes a leadership role on behalf of the investigator, and maximizes intelligence across datasets, removing the need to rely on the intuition of the user. This not only increases the scope of evidence and the precision of an investigation, but also optimizes the productivity of the team. 

Additionally, with a single click, it is now possible to automatically download a Siren knowledge graph into a draft written report. 

Analysts can now fully customize link charts with labels on nodes and edges, making it easier to highlight key insights that are ready for dissemination, either through a direct link or downloadable report which can be used as evidence to facilitate prosecution.

Siren 14.2 introduces a facilitated collaboration workflow that caters to the diverse needs of investigative teams. Users now have the option to work in separate private and shared spaces. The new ability to share the investigation across teams removes unnecessary friction and promotes further efficiencies.

Maintaining data integrity and security is paramount in law enforcement investigations. The new workflow in Siren 14.2 ensures that data is handled securely, with access controls and audit trails to protect sensitive information. By enhancing the collaboration workflow, Siren 14.2 supports more effective teamwork, according to the company.

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