Triton, the leader in explosive threat intelligence, has launched a brand new website that uses the very latest in web technology to collate global terrorist related incidents across the globe as they happen. This enables the experienced technical Triton Team to report on incidents with significant technical analysis. Updated with current intelligence daily, the new website gives detailed information of all IED events recorded throughout the world over the last 15 years.
The new website, which features an engaging animated design and navigation, provides the visitor with a complete overview of the level of information that Triton generates and a breakdown of the reporting process. Example reports are available for download so that visitors can view the type of information that is available to them.
Clients sign-in via the secure login on the website for 24/7 access to their private account which holds all of their reports and data. Accounts are on a subscription basis and different packages are available depending on the requirements of the user.
Duncan Young, Triton and IED Lead, said: “We’re all excited by the launch of the new Triton website and think that our current clients, and future new ones, will greatly benefit from this new and improved way of accessing data that is so important to their fight in countering terrorist threats.”
Triton will regularly be adding news articles and updates to the website further strengthening their authority as the leading provider of accurate and up to the minute intelligence.
The new website was created by digital marketing experts Jellyfish Livewire and MD Graham Lycett commented the following on the project: “We are delighted with the modern cutting-edge design and how it sets Triton apart from the competition. We worked closely with the Triton team and we are extremely proud of the finished result.”
A demonstration video is available on the website. Viewers will see the database in action, how searches can be undertaken, and reports produced and charted across a live map. It is also possible to sign-up for a trial here.
For details of the packages available, to sign-up for a trial or for any further information about Triton please call 01793 207979 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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