SearchInform's develops automated profiling for companies
The development is reported to allow companies to predict employee behavior, assess and mitigate risks associated with the human factor, as well as to conduct investigations when there is no crime evidence.
Risk and compliance software developer SearchInform announced its latest development which is reported to allow companies to predict employee behavior, assess and mitigate risks associated with the human factor, as well as to conduct investigations when there is no crime evidence.
Titled "ProfileCenter" and developed 2017, the company's latest development recognizes basic values, opinions and inclinations of a user based on the analysis of the text written by him/her upon over 70 criteria. The analysis result is displayed in a report with explanations and recommendations according to the psychological type of a person.
The block of recommendations will tell you which employee behavior markers should be paid attention to; how safe it is to give an employee the access to the confidential information, financial assets and valuable resources of the company; whether an employee is good for a particular position, etc. A company expert can see a layout for each specific user and whole team both in a user-friendly interface. The layout includes, for example, ratings of the most ambitious, demotivated, prone to deception, etc.
“Today, a person with individual character traits, changeable behavior and hidden motives still remains at the center of risk management. To ensure security, it is important to simulate a risk and not to provoke but rather prevent a violation. However, only large companies can afford to hire profiling experts for the constant assessment of risks associated with the personnel. For this reason, we have automated the process of profiling to help risk management professionals to be proactive,” comments Sergey Ozhegov, CEO of SearchInform.