While not admissible for prosecution, understanding and visualizing geographic trends with bad actor intent signals can aid in regional resource allocation and distribution, triggers for additional monitoring protocols, and predictive forecasting of imminent events (with contextual causality). As time is frequently a major factor, Clickagy's real-time data can move the needle from reactive to proactive event mitigation.
Clickagy collects behavioral data across over 91% of internet-connected devices in the US every month. While collection is unfiltered, Clickagy's platform can overlay and segment our real-time data intelligence by region, state, city, zip code, or hyperlocal radius. The same powerful data intelligence is accessible to both federal organizations and localized precincts. If a local organization, first check with your national body to see if Clickagy already has a national relationship, which can sometimes expedite local deployments.
Organizations which are required to breach physical locations can leverage Clickagy's building intelligence to first scan for recent red flag internet behaviors, augmenting intel for specific teams that need to be present or on heightened alert, such as: hazmat, explosives, chemical weaponry, automatic firearms, and so on. Clickagy maintains active corpus of over two dozen pre-breach warning signals to assist law enforcement ahead of any incursion, helping to maximize safe and positive outcomes.
There is a substantial amount of historical research that is required after an event occurs. Clickagy data is not admissable in court, but can often build bridges or make new connections, maintaining investigative momentum. Our historical behavioral histories can point at service providers with valuable data, create links between devices with deterministic accuracy, and help with the psychographic profiling of a suspect.