Multi-Source Relationship Intelligence Platform
Semantic Analysis and Linking for Situational Awareness (SALSA) is a multi-source relationship intelligence platform for complex investigations dealing with large volumes of structured and unstructured data. SALSA combines data from multiple sources and generates relationship analysis to uncover associations between people, communications activities, places, events, and transactions.
- Fraud investigations
- Money laundering investigations
- Terrorism financing investigations
- Gang and violent crime investigations
- Human trafficking investigations
- Internal investigations – Insider Threat
- Open Source and Media Analytics
- Critical technology tracking and control
SALSA supports the following file types:
- MS Office files (i.e., docx, xlsx, ppt, mpp, and similar)
- Comma-delimited files, Structured file formats (i.e. MS SQL, Oracle, NoSql, etc.)
- Semi-Structured files (i.e. CVS, Excel, etc.)
- Video files
- PDF or similar file types requiring OCR capability
- Email files (i.e., pst, .vcf, and similar)
- Tagged image file formats (tiff)
- Geospatial file format (i.e., .kmz, .kml)
- Other unspecified structured data (i.e. JSON, XML, XBRL)
- Cyber-investigation Analysis Standard Expression (CASE)
The SALSA knowledge graph is an up-to-date representation of the relationships among the organizations, their people, events, and facilities. The knowledge graph helps resolve inconsistent, ambiguous identity and attribute information into a single resolved entity across datasets.
SALSA visualization features include interactive link analysis diagrams, timelines, maps, and tables. Interaction modules enable action/response functionality to set filters, search and perform annotation, and tagging.