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Accurate Risk Analysis

We will discuss what kind of posts are a risk to you, your staff, and your reputation in order to create a package that accurately assesses threats to your business.


 

 

 

Did you know that at 30 seconds per post, it takes 33 hours of your time to read 4000 social media posts.

RiskEye use smart tech and real humans to detect risk

Understanding what a threat is for your business is vital for keeping a good reputation online. It is difficult for something like online risk to be assessed in-house in many cases, as it is time-consuming. Did you know, that at 30 seconds per post, it takes 33 hours of your time to read 4000 social media posts. 

Other software and AI cannot yet accurately detect risk, or uses of language such as sarcasm or satire. This is why RiskEye combines our innovative technology with real people in order to make sure we accurately assess every single post made to, from, or about you. 

RiskEye tailors your package to your needs. We will discuss what kind of posts are a risk to you, your staff and your reputation in order to create a package that accurately assesses any risks to your business. Understanding your needs allows us to accurately assess and deal with any threats as they occur in real time. 

The most obvious challenge is proving that protection around the clock. Many organizations, big and small, simply not have the resources or the expertise to do so. RiskEye provides 24/7 accurate risk monitoring and analysis, so you don’t have to. We provide the peace of mind of knowing that your online reputation is covered – protecting you and your staff.  

You will be the first to be notified – day or night – of any possible threats to your business or reputation.  

 

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