We deliver the necessary intelligence, technology and decision support that enables clients to prepare for, monitor and respond to threats that could impact their people or operations across the world. Our team blends corporate, government and intelligence experience with consistent and reliable methodologies based on best practices specific to global intelligence gathering. We can help you define your operational risk challenge, develop a tailored solution, and deliver the detailed insights and analysis needed to make proactive, informed decisions. Explore the various ways in which WorldAware...
Current water challenges for many nations. Learn about how water security fits into WorldAware's health security risk assessment.
WorldAware provided assistance by initiating and successfully executing plans for secure medical transport, which included ground transportation from a location in Ma'rib in eastern Yemen.
When the 7.8-magnitude earthquake hit Nepal, client alerts and protocols were initiated from WorldAware's Global Integrated Operations Center. Within the hour, WorldAware put its Incident Management Team on alert and prepared to support impacted clients and organizations.
In this webinar, Senior Director, Health Intelligence, Katherine Harmon, PA-C, talks about the future of water security - the new principal global threat.
WorldAware provides world-class intelligence analysts, patented Worldcue® technology solutions and global response services to equip decision-makers and organizations with real-time information to prepare, monitor and respond to potential business risks while maintaining a competitive edge.
Get an inside look at life at WorldAware where diversity and collaboration drive our innovative products and services. Our fast-paced corporate culture demands intelligent and creative-minded people.
Are you responsible for global travelers, employees, students, members or expats? Watch our webinar to learn best practices and ways you can ensure you are prepared to help those abroad in case of emergency.
The era of ridesharing has already arrived in the corporate travel landscape. What does this mean for businesses, and how can you build a ridesharing policy that’s centered on safety?