• How “Public” Are Public Records?arrow_forward Vigilant brings together thousands of public data sources in one place, saving users significant resources by replacing time-consuming manual processes with just one simple search. Rather than spending hours (or even days) running separate searches across hundreds of databases and websites, researchers and analysts using Vigilant can get the results they need in just seconds and instead focus their time and energy on analyzing the results.
  • Vetting with Vigilant: Checking Lobbyist Registrations in 10 Seconds Flatarrow_forward Vigilant helps save researchers and analysts significant time on projects like reputational risk and vetting research. Vigilant’s Search platform can help researchers quickly complete their vetting ‘checklists’ while significantly expanding the scope of their due diligence they can deliver – without requiring additional work.
  • Vigilant Alerts: The Case of the Congressmanarrow_forward Alerts are a powerful tool on Vigilant that provide ongoing monitoring of a person or entity to ensure that you don’t miss new public records becoming available at a time when they may matter most.
  • Sources to Search: Data Breach Notices Databasesarrow_forward A series of new reports on hacking of credit card data at Trump hotels highlights a newly public records data source that can be increasingly high-value: data breach notices.
  • Sources to Search: Exploring the Newly-Expanded CIA Public Archivesarrow_forward The CIA just announced this week that they’ve added almost a million records and over 12 million pages to their CREST (CIA Records Search Tool) library, significantly expanding the data in the tool and providing a lot of fascinating insights into different periods of American history, including notable moments like the Bay of Pigs invasion.