Integrity ISR uses proprietary cloud-based platforms to provide persistent monitoring, using Publicly Available Information (PAI) and open source information to develop dependable and continued access to both denied and contested information spaces. This includes social media sites, messaging platforms, and even the deep Dark Web.

These capabilities, when harnessed for your organization, allow for previously unexplored insights, topical reporting, and deep analysis of the insider threat problem set. Integrity ISR can supply timely inputs supporting corporate situational awareness, brand management, executive protection, insider threat mitigation and physical security and counterterrorism.


Integrity ISR’s capabilities to support your global operations provides situational awareness directly from ground sources at the speed of the internet – often times faster than classified reporting in areas not covered by classified sources. Through use of cross-domain capabilities and a custom configured engine, PAI-derived data can be combined with your closed or classified network. This supports secure data exploitation and collaboration to discern patterns for devices of interest, and can discover new areas of interest through non-intrusive, un-attributable means.

Our capabilities have been used to support Operation Security (OPSEC) by monitoring the overall digital footprint at sensitive locations while also being applied to asset validation. These support investigation of terrorist acts, the provision of material support or resources to terrorists or terrorist organizations, the financing of terrorism, the threat or use of biological, nuclear, chemical or other weapons of mass destruction and threats from foreign military activities.


Integrity ISR can develop and deploy a risk mitigation plan that introduces control mechanisms (virtual, physical, and procedural) along with employee training to build front-line defense against insider threats. Having a ready and trained workforce is a critical element to mitigating the opportunity for insider threats, reduce prospects for intellectual and proprietary property theft, and controlling chances for malign actors to stop production or sabotage company assets, processes, or facilities. Examples include developing mechanisms to limit employee access on a “need to know basis”; develop highly effective log, monitor, and audit mechanisms; and the ability to monitor and respond to potentially disruptive or suspicious activity.