Tag Archives: Travel Recon

TRM, Meet ERM

Research shows companies increasingly are establishing enterprise-wide risk management programs to offer a bird’s-eye view of all types of risk. So far, though, travel risk doesn’t seem to be part of the conversation. North Carolina State University’s Poole College of Management has an enterprise risk management practice sponsored by Deloitte. Its reports divide risks into… Read More »

U.S. Federal Government Funds Artificial Intelligence For Travel Risk Management

Monitoring the “dark web” for chatter to predict terrorist activity is expensive and largely the purview of law enforcement. Travel risk management startups, however, are developing technology to help clients more quickly respond to threatening incidents. It’s possible, for example, to issue tsunami alerts following an earthquake. Good intel can highlight areas with a higher… Read More »

Travel Risk Management Experts: Limited Value In French, Israeli Risk Alert Apps

Lots of apps alert travelers to danger. Two of the newest come from the French and Israeli governments. These seem like good additions to the phones of ex-pats or travelers, and travel risk management experts say any info is usually better than none. Obviously partial to their products, TRM providers said one concern is that using both public and private-sector… Read More »

Travel Risk Management Firms Explore Single Sign-On Access

Passwords are annoying. Resetting one in the midst of a crisis is particularly frustrating. But that’s exactly what many corporate managers need to do before finding out if any of their employees are impacted. IJet International on Jan. 1 will offer single sign-on to its systems using credentials that clients store themselves. Part of the travel risk management… Read More »