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Port risk analysis software launched

Risk Intelligence has announced the launch of PortRisk, offering intelligence on risk in ports including security and threat information, as well as vulnerability and risk assessment covering countries, ports and cities.

{mprestriction ids="1,2"}The service will supplement the company’s existing MaRisk maritime security intelligence service.

“(Customers) were seeing an increasingly complex risk picture emerging in many ports, and they began to tell us they needed a one-stop port risk advisory service,” said Hans Tino Hansen, CEO of Risk Intelligence.

“They had to access many channels to get port risk information, and they often found the information they were getting to be unreliable and outdated.”

“We believed we could help them, but in order to make sure we could identify all their needs and arrive at the best solutions, we decided to organise a kind of joint industry project.”

This included a group of the company’s clients who provided feedback to the project, with a smaller number signing on as subscribers at an early stage.

PortRisk is already continuously monitoring more than 100 ports in nearly 70 countries, mostly in medium and high risk areas, but the company says that more ports will be added shortly, with several onsite surveys scheduled during the next three months.{/mprestriction}

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