Risk Behavior Maps

Behavorial Traits

Large organizations can monitor devices and technical actions relatively easily. However, risks more likely arise from inconsistent behaviors driven by unpredictable decisions. These behaviors are virtually untracked.  

OnCorps helps organizations map behavioral traits of each user. This enables leaders to better target awareness campaigns and track improvements in each individual user, group or vendor.

False-Positives

One example of behavior traits is false-positive numbing. Many risk and security systems send alerts on otherwise rare events. Because these events are rare, the systems generate an extremely high false-positive rate. 

When users continue to see alerts with high false-positive rates, they often don't react as they should. This affect is similar to car alarms. OnCorps can measure the false-positive rates of alerts to nudge leaders to change parameters.

Improve Awareness

To help companies better monitor and map at-risk behaviors, OnCorps offers several offerings. To begin, we can help companies better predict their false-positive rate and correlate these to engagement rates. In addition, risk and security leaders can use OnCorps to improve awareness on the risks of certain behaviors while simultaneously creating risk profiles of users. Leaders can use OnCorps to map behavior and awareness variances of individuals in major vendors.