Threat Assessment and Management


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Comprehensive threat assessment solutions

Ontic supports several integrated threat assessment and threat management workflows for handling threats or other troubling behavior from a person of interest (POI). The platform is designed to help your team follow established protocols for guided threat assessment and management and can demonstrate work consistently for risk mitigation plans and a defensible process.

Choose the threat assessment workflow that creates a unified threat management program for your team

SIGMA Workplace Threat Assessment

Modeled from the original threat assessment methodology from Secret Service protective intelligence, the SIGMA workflow is proven through thousands of threat cases. Your program is designed by subject matter experts with decades of experience and inclusive of post-assessment intervention and security planning where needed. Learn about Ontic's Threat Assessment and Management Services.

WAVR-21 Workplace Assessment of Violence Risk

Developed by renowned experts in the field of threat assessment and management, the WAVR-21 is a structured, evidence-based guide for assessment of threats and violence risk. Teams can use the 21-item coded workflow directly in the Ontic platform.

Custom Guided Threat Assessment Workflow

For organizations who already leverage a preferred guided threat assessment, the Ontic platform supports the ability to upload current flows and forms to integrate a custom guided workflow.

Custom Guided Threat Assessment and Management Workflow

Learn how to implement a unified threat assessment and management program

I’ve found Ontic to deliver on our expectations and then some. It has automated, organized or otherwise made our threat management program considerably more robust and agile.

Director of Threat Intelligence, Fortune 200 Technology Company

Workplace violence results in an estimated $250-$350 billion annual cost to businesses due to lost productivity, illness, injuries, turnover, lawsuits, absenteeism and damaged reputation.


2 million assaults and threats of violence against Americans in the workplace occur annually.


Victims of domestic violence lose nearly 8 million days of paid work per year in the U.S., resulting in a $1.8 billion loss in productivity for employers.