LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Soteria Intelligence is pleased to announce that due to an increase in social media threats related to shopping malls, the company has expanded its research into finding more ways social media can be used to keep mall customers, employees, and property safe.
Additionally, Soteria Intelligence will be using the research it has already performed combined with future analysis to implement tailored social media threat monitoring and consulting services for shopping malls throughout the United States.
With a team of industry-recognized social media experts, technology pioneers and retired personnel from both local and federal law enforcement agencies, Soteria Intelligence uses its expertise and proprietary methods of monitoring social media channels to provide mall security teams with an extra layer of intelligence that typically cannot be obtained with in-house personnel and the monitoring tools at their disposal.
“A more informed security team will be a more effective team, so it is imperative for shopping malls to closely monitor social networks for a variety of potential threats ranging from organized fights taking place on the premises to threats of violence and even terrorist activity,” stated Aaron Schoenberger, CEO of Soteria Intelligence.
At a time when social media threats are spiraling out of control, Soteria Intelligence is answering the call by delivering revolutionary strategies aimed at making shopping malls more secure and, ultimately, the world as a whole.
For more information on Soteria Intelligence, including the company’s social media threat assessment and consulting services, please call (800) 217-8072 or visit http://www.soteriaintelligence.com.
About Soteria Intelligence:
Soteria Intelligence is a social media threat intelligence company based in Southern California that provides monitoring and consulting services to individuals and organizations around the world, including: celebrities and executives, corporations, educational institutions, venues, and law enforcement agencies.