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Federal, State and
Local Agencies

The Radiance platform is purpose-built for government agencies with responsibilities as diverse as keeping citizens’ safe, protecting our communities or providing the best care and treatment for our most vulnerable populations. Its timely, actionable intelligence helps manage and mitigate risk, prevent catastrophic events and solve the most critical public policy issues. Take decision making to the next level with machine learning and AI.

The Radiance platform is purpose-built for government agencies with responsibilities as diverse as keeping citizens’ safe, protecting our communities or providing the best care and treatment for our most vulnerable populations. Its timely, actionable intelligence helps manage and mitigate risk, prevent catastrophic events and solve the most critical public policy issues. Take decision making to the next level with machine learning and AI.

Security Clearance

The security clearance backlog peaked at 725,000 open investigations in 2018, with some Americans waiting more than 500 days just to start their first day at work. Proposed legislation calls for reducing this backlog to 200,000 by the end of 2020.

Leveraging technology to assess these goals is critical. But with more than 2.5 quintillion bytes of data added to the web every day, analysts are challenged to access, evaluate and prioritize the open-sourced and publicly available information on the Internet.

Security Clearance

The security clearance backlog peaked at 715,000 open investigations in 2018, with some Americans
waiting more than 500 days just to start their first day at work. Proposed legislation calls for reducing this backlog to 200,000 by the end of 2020.

Leveraging technology to assess these goals is critical. But with more than 2.5 quintillion bytes of data added to the web every day, analysts are challenged to access, evaluate and prioritize the open-sourced and publicly available information on the Internet.

Critical Infrastructure

Last year, the Department of Homeland Security created the National Risk Management Center, with the goal of protecting critical infrastructure – 80% of which is owned by the private sector. The move was a recognition that nearly two decades after 9/11 the risks to our vital assets are greater and more diverse than ever. In North America alone, the critical infrastructure protection (CIP) market was worth $30 billion in 2018 and is anticipated to be worth $39 billion in ten years. As the public sector works with the private companies to prepare strategies and countermeasures to address risk, the question remains: How to plan for the unknown?

Critical Infrastructure

Last year, the Department of Homeland Security created the National Risk Management Center, with the goal of protecting critical infrastructure – 80% of which is owned by the private sector. The move was a recognition that nearly two decades after 9/11 the risks to our vital assets are greater and more diverse than ever. In North America alone, the critical infrastructure protection (CIP) market was worth $30 billion in 2018 and is anticipated to be worth $39 billion in ten years. As the public sector works with the private companies to prepare strategies and countermeasures to address risk, the question remains: How to plan for the unknown?

Substance Abuse

Every day, more than 130 people die from opioid overdoses, and the United States spends more than $78.5 billion every year to address this crisis. Drug overdose data has a one- to two-year lag, challenging government agencies charged with providing timely and targeted responses to emergent threats. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has called for more timely data to help state and local authorities track developments and respond in real time.

Substance Abuse

Every day, more than 130 people die from opioid overdoses, and the United States spends more than $78.5 billion every year to address this crisis. Drug overdose data has a one- to two-year lag, challenging government agencies charged with providing timely and targeted responses to emergent threats. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has called for more timely data to help state and local authorities track developments and respond in real time.

Veteran Suicide

Every day, 20 veterans commit suicide, according to estimates from the Veterans Administration (VA). Eight out of ten people considering suicide give some sign of their intentions, including in online and social forums. Research shows that real-time monitoring of online behavior can be a viable tool for assessing suicide risk factors – and intervening on a large scale.

Veteran Suicide

Every day, 20 veterans commit suicide, according to estimates from the Veterans Administration (VA). Eight out of ten people considering suicide give some sign of their intentions, including in online and social forums. Research shows that real-time monitoring of online behavior can be a viable tool for assessing suicide risk factors – and intervening on a large scale.

Airlines and Aviation

While terrorist groups, criminals and hostile nation states have long been a threat to the aviation industry, the 2018 National Strategy for Aviation Security (NSAS) broadened this risk profile to include insiders, foreign intelligence activities, and the spread of infectious disease via air travel. NSAS highlights the importance of strengthening aviation domain awareness through integration of open-source data into existing air surveillance and law enforcement intelligence, collection and analysis of advanced and anticipatory information, and layered and risk-based security measures. Artificial intelligence will play an important role in the future of aviation security. Research shows that 66% of airlines and 79% of airports plan to implement these capabilities across a wide variety of use cases by 2021. In fact, AI in aviation was valued at $152 million in 2018 and expected to increase to $2.2 billion by 2025.

Airlines and Aviation

While terrorist groups, criminals and hostile nation states have long been a threat to the aviation industry, the 2018 National Strategy for Aviation Security (NSAS) broadened this risk profile to include insiders, foreign intelligence activities, and the spread of infectious disease via air travel. NSAS highlights the importance of strengthening aviation domain awareness through integration of open-source data into existing air surveillance and law enforcement intelligence, collection and analysis of advanced and anticipatory information, and layered and risk-based security measures. Artificial intelligence will play an important role in the future of aviation security. Research shows that 66% of airlines and 79% of airports plan to implement these capabilities across a wide variety of use cases by 2021. In fact, AI in aviation was valued at $152 million in 2018 and expected to increase to $2.2 billion by 2025.

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