SAS Visual Investigator
SAS Visual Investigator is a cloud-ready investigation and incident management solution that combines large, disparate, structured and unstructured data sources. Users can define, create, triage and manage alerts; perform detailed investigations; and customize the platform to meet their individual and organizational needs. Dealing with mounting complexity, analysts and investigators need to boost their efficiency to make sense of the velocity of alerts and far-reaching networks. With SAS Visual Investigator, organizations can perform deep investigations to uncover hidden behaviors and activities, and share them across your organization for optimal team coordination. SAS Visual Investigator is designed for banks and financial institutions looking for fraud and money laundering, national security and law enforcement organizations looking for terrorism and criminal activities, legal firms conducting discovery, and hospitals and public health organizations guarding against disease out.
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- Alerting and event management
Analysts and investigators can investigate and disposition alerts and events; initiate cases for deeper investigation; and actively route or make decisions on events of interest as they occur, virtually eliminating information lag.
- Streamlined alert administration and workflow
Managers and domain experts can prioritize analyst activities, monitor productivity and effectiveness, and adapt surveillance strategies to new and emerging patterns.
- Agility to adapt to changing business needs
Without any custom interfaces to develop, administrators can quickly design and deploy new intelligence assets using an interactive, drag-and-drop page builder.
- Targeted investigations
The Insights module is an easy-to-use interface that captures views of a workspace and search visualizations (e.g., maps, timelines, grids and networks), as well as notes and images documented by the analyst.