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Physical Security Intelligence

Maintain global situational awareness and detect online physical security threats by using DigitalStakeout for physical security intelligence.


Collect intelligence from public social media, surface web, alt-tech, dark web, and the Internet for mentions of physical security incidents.


Go past word lists with automated physical security risk spotters. Automated tagging for physical risk enables analysts to separate noise from valuable discoveries and actionable information.


Leverage enrichment and customized data tagging to reduce alter fatigue and create precision alerts and workflows that save time.


Tap into your collected data for security insights, metrics, and data-driven decision-making. Build your dashboard and analytics to visualize intelligence in real-time.


Monitor key metrics, alerts, and sentiment analytics to spot actionable information, trends, and matters that require action. Perform unified analysis on all of your collected data.


Search your real-time and historical data by full-text search, by entity and by tags visually without having to learn a technical query language.


With extensive filtering and data tagging, you have full control over the criteria you define as a feed and an OSINT alert.


You can create simple or complex criteria alerts – you are in control. Create alerts for yourself or easily set up customized alerts to be distributed to your team.


Create custom email templates and assign them to individual workflow rules using a library of pre-defined tokens. You can customize the content of your alerts and define recipients.

DigitalStakeout Scout for Corporate Security

Protective security intelligence helps you safeguard your key personnel and assets with a continuous pipeline of open source intelligence. Leverage machine learning, artificial insight, and the correct data for physical security intelligence challenges. Our proprietary technology approach discovers threats to your organization faster than legacy executive protection services or inferior executive protection solutions that over-sell their data visibility and capabilities. Detect physical threats across the surface web, social media, alt-tech, dark web, and the Internet. Discover and reduce an key employee’s personal information digital footprint. Track digital channels 24×7 to detect and respond to disasters, unrest and crisis.


Features & Capabilities

Access the Data You Need
Data Sources & Integrations provide visibility into billions of data points across surface web, social media, alt-tech, dark web, and the Internet.

Organize & Scale Your Tracking
Monitors are modules that enable analyst to create automated context specific feeds from highly organized and structured data sources.

Get Enriched Open Source Data
Enrichment processes that use machine learning, natural language processing and AI to automatically spot important information in 20+ security and risk mitigation categories.

Save Time Triaging & Searching Data
Automated Data Tagging enables users to use automation to annotate records for use case specific investigation, analysis and workflows.

Create Boolean Real-Time Alerts
Real-time Alerting alarms you to discoveries and critical information that matches your criteria monitor or Boolean search criteria.

Search and Pivot Through Your Data
Boolean & Linked Data Search enables time-based search, investigation and analysis of all your aggregated monitor datasets.

Visualize and Analyze Data On-Demand
Dashboard & Analytics enable analysts to create use-case specific dashboards to visualize data, metrics, and support data-driven decision-making from enriched information.


DigitalStakeout is trusted by leading brands and organizations across all markets.

  • What is a social media threat?
    A social media threat is any type of harmful or malicious content that is posted on a social media platform. Social media threats can take many forms, including threatening or violent language, bullying or harassment, unauthorized access or hacking, and the spread of false or misleading information.
  • What threats can be tracked on social media?
    Threatening or violent language, such as direct threats of harm or violence against an individual or group. Bullying or harassment, such as repeated and unwanted messages or comments that are intended to intimidate or harm. Unauthorized access or hacking, such as attempts to gain access to an individual's or organization's social media accounts without permission. The spread of false or misleading information, such as deliberately inaccurate or deceptive content that is intended to deceive or harm. Reputational damage, such as the posting of negative or false information about an individual or organization that can damage their reputation. Personal information theft, such as the unauthorized collection or sharing of an individual's personal information, such as their name, address, or financial information. Identity theft, such as the creation of fake social media accounts using an individual's personal information, often for the purpose of fraud or impersonation. Extortion or blackmail, such as the use of threatening language or the sharing of sensitive information to force an individual or organization to do something against their will. Reputation-based attacks, such as the use of fake or negative reviews or comments to harm an individual's or organization's reputation. Phishing or scamming, such as the use of fake social media accounts or messages to trick individuals into giving out sensitive information or money.
  • What are social media threat analytics?
    Social media threat analytics uses data analysis and other techniques to identify and assess potential threats on social media. This can include analyzing text, images, and other data from social media platforms to identify patterns or indicators of potential threats, such as threatening language or suspicious activity. Individuals and organizations can use social media threat analytics to monitor their social media presence proactively and identify potential risks, allowing them to take action to prevent harm. It can also be used by security and risk professionals to assess the overall risk landscape on social media and inform their strategies for safeguarding against potential threats.
  • What features does your social media threat monitoring software offer?
    Access 25M+ sources from the surface web, social media, alt-tech, dark web, and the Internet. Automated feeds from Monitor modules to aggregate and unify all the data you need in one place. Natural language processing and proprietary extracts to normalize and link data to searchable fields. Organize your data into logical compartments to enable specific use cases by need. Machine learning, AI, and signature processes automatically tag important risk and security discoveries. Annotate your data with an unlimited real-time risk score, tag, classifier, and word-list rules. Search and investigate your aggregated data using Boolean, faceted results, word lists, and linked entities. Create unlimited user-defined email alert rules with Boolean, entity, tag, or word-list criteria. Share and collaborate on discoveries with an integrated workflow, collaboration, and case management tools. Leverage a large library of canned analytics on-demand without building charts and visualizations. Maintain situational awareness by creating multiple dashboards from a library of 50+ canned widgets. Integrate your DigitalStakeout alerts and incidents into your existing tool(s) with a simple REST API. Subject matter expert support only from practitioners with decades of experience in security and risk mitigation.
  • What is the impact of a social media threat?
    Social media threats can have serious consequences for individuals and organizations, including damage to reputation, loss of sensitive information, and legal or financial liabilities. It is important for individuals and organizations to be aware of potential social media threats and take steps to protect themselves from harm.
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