Proactively Monitor and Manage Risks to your Organization
In today’s global business environment, all-hazards events can create risks that can affect any part of an organization and can quickly impact operations. Those tasked with protecting critical infrastructure, physical assets, supply chains, and employees must have risk visibility with access to real-time threat information and predictive analytics in order to execute a coordinated response to mitigate risks to the organizations they serve.
That’s why numerous Fortune 500 organizations rely on NC4 to be their eyes and ears around the globe to better protect their assets, operations, and employees with robust risk mitigation tools like NC4 Risk Center™.
NC4 Risk Center combines thousands of the most trustworthy data sources with an experienced team of over 50 analysts to empower you to proactively monitor and mitigate risk. Our targeted real-time alerting streamlines your organization’s ability to monitor and analyze worldwide incidents and events, dramatically increasing your ability to respond to risks that threaten your people and organization – locally and globally.
This comprehensive, configurable online solution delivers actionable information that helps reduce risk wherever your people live, work or travel. Benefits include:
- Improves overall situational awareness
- Articulate relevance profiling for the highest-value alerting
- Granular, targeted weather-related alerts
- In-depth global predictive analysis
- Enables pinpoint alert delivery with precise geo-coding of incidents and traveler locations
- Enhances proactive monitoring with GPS-assisted tracking and alerting via mobile app
- Increases value with additional services such as Incident Data Feed and Historical Reporting and Analysis
NC4 Risk Center is being used by organizations across the globe in the areas of corporate security, business continuity, supply chain risk management, travel risk management, watch command, Information Sharing and Analysis Centers (ISACs), and many others, to enhance situational awareness.
Why hyper-local risk intelligence? Relevant, Reliable, Fast, Customized, Streamlined, Proven.
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We’re exhibiting again this year at the GSX Conference (formerly ASIS) September 8 – 12 in Chicago. We predict you’ll be there, too. Drop by Booth #1753 and see how the right intelligence to protect your assets is paramount to staying safe in today’s global risk environment. Enjoy a drink and light-up souvenir cup, and pick up your very own Risk Predictor kit!
If and when Barry, Chantal, Dorian, Erin, Fernand, Gabrielle, Humberto, Imelda, Jerry, Karen, Lorenzo, Melissa, Nestor, Olga, Pablo, Rebekah, Sebastien, Tanya, Van, or Wendy comes to a town near you, your organization, employees, or assets in 2019, Risk Center will be the first to deliver you the real-time, actionable intelligence you need.
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