In The News

March, 2018

iJET International expands 24/7 risk management to APAC through Singapore base | Security Brief Asia
Published On 03/28/2018

iJet International has extended its 24/7 risk management coverage across the Asia Pacific region with a number of new security experts at its Singapore operations base. The regional integrated operations center (RIOC) in Singapore will now be home to real-time incident analysts, watch operations managers, and a senior intelligence manager. The company says the investment in its Singapore operations will boost its global capabilities too. Those capabilities include providing local and multinational organizations with risk management solutions including threat intelligence, innovative technology and response services, and other offerings.

Singapore expansion for iJET | International Travel & Health Insurance Journal
Published On 03/22/2018

Intelligence-driven risk management specialist iJET International (iJET) is to undertake a series of measures to expand its Asia-Pacific coverage. The company is expanding its regional integrated operations center in Singapore by hiring of a number of real-time incident analysts and watch operations managers, as well as a senior intelligence manager. 

iJet Report Shows Lag in Meetings and Events Risk Management | Corporate Event News
Published On 03/21/2018

A recent industry-wide survey from iJET International showed a lower-than-expected focus on preparedness around meetings and events. The resulting report reveals that most organizations and companies in this space are not meeting minimum standards of risk management protocols for attendees.

Focus on Security: Keeping Travelers Safe | Travel Weekly
Published On 03/21/2018

How do you keep a traveler safe? It's a simple question, but the answer is a complex mix of duty of care plans, intricately woven partnerships and advancing technology. It also varies a great deal between corporate and leisure agents. In the past few years, travel risk management has seen a distinct shift, according to Bruce McIndoe. Corporations have moved toward a concept that he calls "people risk management," a much broader endeavor of which travel risk management is but one component. 

 

Less Than Half of Companies Have Risk-Management Programs for Events, Survey Says | Special Events
Published On 03/20/2018

If your company has a risk management program in place for meetings and events, congratulations. You’re in the minority. According to a survey of 400 corporate planners and decision makers by GoldSpring Consulting and iJet, the meetings and events industry significantly lags behind the corporate travel sector in terms of risk management best practices.

Why Don’t More Companies Have Meeting Risk Policies? | Meetings Net
Published On 03/16/2018

If your company has a risk management program in place for meetings and events, congratulations. You’re in the minority. According to a survey of 400 corporate planners and decision makers by GoldSpring Consulting and iJet, the meetings and events industry significantly lags behind the corporate travel sector in terms of risk management best practices.

Meetings and Events Fall Short on Risk Management: iJET Survey | Meetings & Conventions
Published On 03/16/2018

According to a survey conducted by iJET, most meetings and events organizations are not meeting minimum standards of risk management protocols for attendees.

iJET International Releases Data Revealing Opportunity for Improvement in MICE Industry to Increase Public Safety | Travel Daily News
Published On 03/15/2018

iJET International recently conducted an industry-wide survey that sheds light on the needed preparedness in the Meetings & Events industry. The survey's findings revealed that most organizations and companies in this space are not meeting minimum stands of risk management protocols.

Risk Management Standards Often Not Met, Survey Says | Business Travel Executive
Published On 03/14/2018

Most organizations and companies are not achieving minimum standards of risk management protocols for meetings, accounding to a survey by iJET International.

iJET International Enhances Security Communications | Buying Business Travel
Published On 03/13/2018

Risk management firm iJET International has launched Worldcue Communicator, the newest addition to its Worldcue platform that allows two-way communications from its Companion application. The new capability means organisations can immediately initiate communication with travellers who may be affected a security incident.

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