Dragonfly in partnership with WatchKeeper releases new Covid-19 Risk Portal to help global organisations recover from the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Dragonfly Ltd (‘Dragonfly’) in partnership with WatchKeeper has released a new Covid-19 Risk Portal to help global organisations recover from the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Covid-19 Risk Portal is available free of charge to all Dragonfly SIAS clients and eligible organisations combatting the pandemic, including those involved in academic research and public bodies.
It combines industry-leading intelligence and data from Dragonfly’s Security Intelligence & Analysis Service (SIAS) with WatchKeeper’s innovative technologies for data integration and geospatial visualisation.
The Covid-19 Risk Portal gives users geospatial and situational awareness of the pandemic and its impacts worldwide in a powerful, simple and functional tool. It combines all SIAS reporting on Covid-19 with an aggregated feed and analytics of thousands of relevant data points from high-quality open-source data on Covid-19.
The Covid-19 Risk Portal enables global organisations to take data and intelligence-driven decisions as they manage the wider ranging impacts of the pandemic, and plan for the risks that lie ahead as restrictions begin to ease.
The Covid-19 Risk Portal provides:
- Curated high-quality real-time data feeds on publicly available Covid-19 data in a single platform, aggregating tens of thousands of data points
- A live feed of Dragonfly’s high-quality SIAS intelligence reports, assessments and near real-time alerts related to Covid-19 worldwide
- An interactive live map of international and domestic travel restrictions and their impact on business activities, curated by Dragonfly intelligence analysts
- A new country risk rating system of Covid-19 movement restrictions and their impact on business activity
- Dragonfly’s live country risk ratings related to medical and health risks
Reflecting both Dragonfly and WatchKeeper’s shared ethos of adaptive and innovative solutions driven by client requirements, the Covid-19 Risk Portal is designed to be evolutionary. The coronavirus pandemic is an extremely dynamic situation and as organisations face evolving challenges to respond, the Covid-19 Risk Portal will integrate new data sources and analytics to ensure users have the latest and best intelligence at their disposal.
Henry Wilkinson, Head of Intelligence & Analysis, Director of Dragonfly, said; “The coronavirus pandemic has changed the world in a matter of weeks. It has presented leadership teams with some of the most difficult business decisions they have probably ever had to take. Never has timely high-quality intelligence and data been more important. We are proud to be able to offer this Covid-19 Risk Portal in partnership with WatchKeeper to help organisations get through the crisis and recover as fast as possible’.
Hugh Farquhar, CEO of WatchKeeper, said; “By pooling our intelligence and technical resources, WatchKeeper and Dragonfly are able to offer organisations a unique source of validated data on how coronavirus is impacting business operations. As the pandemic develops, we will be implementing new data feeds and functionality to enable organisations to make better data driven decisions, faster.”
For additional information or to speak to Henry Wilkinson, Head of Intelligence & Analysis, Director, or Hugh Farquhar, CEO of WatchKeeper please contact: email@example.com in the first instance.
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“Henry Wilkinson, Head of Intelligence & Analysis, Director at The Dragonfly”
“The Dragonfly” in the first instance, “Dragonfly” thereafter
About Henry Wilkinson
Head of Intelligence and Analysis, Henry has overall responsibility for the group’s worldwide political and security intelligence gathering, risk and threat assessments, innovation and analytical products and services,including SIAS.
About Hugh Farquhar
Founder & CEO of WatchKeeper, Hugh oversees all aspects of the company’s operations, from product scope to business development. Hugh is a security intelligence and crisis management specialist, having established the threat intelligence unit, the global travel security programme and the crisis logistics team at Citibank.
About The Dragonfly
The Dragonfly Ltd is a leading independent global risk consultancy that helps businesses grow whilst protecting their people, their assets and their brands. The driving purpose of Dragonfly’s Intelligence and Security practice is to reduce clients’ security-risk anxiety and free them up to achieve their goals, knowing their people, assets and reputation are safe. By providing facts, intelligence, analysis and security expertise Dragonfly helps its clients negotiate complex and uncertain environments to choose the right opportunities, in the right markets, with the right partners.
The company was founded in 1997, employs over 125 people and has offices in Washington DC, New York, London, Moscow, Dubai, Beirut and Hong Kong.
Further information is available at www.dragonflyintelligence.com
About SIAS (Security Intelligence & Analysis Service)
An intelligence capability for leaders in security.
Dragonfly’s Security Intelligence & Analysis Service (SIAS) provides the world's leading global organisations with a unique strategic and operational intelligence capability.
SIAS delivers highly actionable, anticipatory, all-source intelligence for business risk decision making, strategy, policy, planning and operations.
Further information is available at https://www.dragonflyintelligence.com/intelligence/sias/
WatchKeeper’s critical event management platform helps organisations visualise, track and protect critical operations at risk from natural disasters or mass casualty events. Using the latest geospatial technology and secure cloud infrastructure, WatchKeeper seamlessly synchronises an organisation’s internal data with real-time risk feeds via a single mapping display. Leveraging advanced location intelligence, an intuitive real-time monitoring and alerting system automatically notifies security and risk teams of earthquakes, hurricanes, wildfires, terrorist attacks, active shooters, demonstrations, transportation accidents or public health emergencies occurring in close proximity to their organisation’s people, facilities, or supply chains. This unified global common operating picture enables security, business continuity and supply chain risk managers to proactively identify and mitigate threats, respond faster to operational impacts and streamline communications from executive decision-makers to on-the-ground personnel.
Further information is available at https://watchkeeper.com/