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One System. One solution. Maritime, port and land security intelligence in one integrated system.

Sign up for a free trial of the Risk Intelligence System. You will get full access to the System for three days, and you can have up to five users set up for the trial. If you need more time to experience the Risk Intelligence System, book a free demo. Booking a free demo, gives you free access to the Risk Intelligence System for two weeks plus a walk-through of the System so you can get full value within the trial.

For easy sign up fill in the form below to request a free trial or click the 'Free demo' button at the side of this page for the extended version. If you qualify* for a free trial you will be contacted by Risk Intelligence for the setup in the System.

 

*Risk Intelligence reserves the right to refuse requests for free trials. Access is not granted to private individuals, academic researches, security companies and the media. If you apply from a private email address (e.g. hotmail and gmail) you will not be granted access to the System.

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System Subscription

With a subscription to the Risk Intelligence System you get one easy to navigate solution for maritime and port security intelligence.

  • 24/7/365 updated intelligence
  • Web based Risk Intelligence System (MaRisk and PortRisk)
  • Access to intelligence support from Duty Ops watch team
  • Independent, unbiased, intelligence-led advisory services on security threats and risks
  • Analysed threats from and interaction between piracy, organised crime, terrorism, insurgency and military conflicts since 2001  

LandRisk access

With the introduction of LandRisk, clients of the Risk Intelligence System get a complete view of all security risk intelligence relevant to transportation. Adding the land part to the existing maritime and port security modules, now provides security risk intelligence for the complete supply chain in one consolidated system with a single point of access.

The final version of LandRisk is expected to launch end Q3 2019.