Riskline integration


Riskline is one of the world’s leading travel risk intelligence companies, leveraging AI and professional analysts to process more than 100,000 data sources, providing accurate and timely risk assessments. In a world characterized by geopolitical uncertainty and potentially challenging and risky situations, updated, accurate data is required to act quickly.

Riskline methodology

Riskline uses a consistent methodology for determining risk across all its reports.

When assessing risk, Riskline analysts consider the actual or potential impact of the threat or hazard they are reporting and the likelihood of that threat or hazard taking place (if it has not already.)

They analyze the impact on travel (mobility), the physical safety of people, and, to a lesser extent, damage to infrastructure and assets.

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Learn more about Riskline’s risk assessment methodology

Riskline content details

Riskline will provide Safeture with the following types of content:

  • Alarmsignale
  • Länderinformationen
  • Länderrisikobewertung
  • Cities Information
  • Advisories


Alerts are notifications about security or travel-related incidents sent to the Safeture mobile application and/or via SMS and email. Below, you will find more information on the type of alerts covered by Riskline and the methodology used.

Sources and tools

Riskline analysts monitor open-source intelligence (OSINT) 24/7/365 to make accurate and timely assessments of travel and public safety risks. The types of sources used are media, user-generated, geospatial, governmental, and official sources, as well as specialty sources.

Riskline employs several tools to aid their analysts in finding the right information at the right time, including both custom-built tools as well as third-party AI tools.

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Learn more about Riskline’s sources

Alert categories

  1. Political Developments
  2. Conflict and Terrorism
  3. Demonstrations and Unrest
  4. Crime and Corruption
  5. Natural and Environmental (Including subcategories)
  6. Kidnap and Ransom
  7. Health and Medical
  8. Travel Safety and Disruptions (Including subcategories)

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Read more about the definitions and the subcategories on Riskline’s website. Subcategories are displayed just like the main alert categories, but the main category will always be displayed first.

Alert risk levels

Riskline’s methodology is based on best practices from internationally recognized risk management procedures and consists of five Risk Levels: Low, Moderate, Medium, High, and Extreme. In general, each risk level has the following characteristics:

We have mapped Riskline’s default risk levels from five to three in the platform, according to the following structure:

Country information

Safeture presents you with country information in both the web portal and mobile application for 230 different countries and territories. For each country, you find risk assessments, information on security issues, passport and visa requirements, medical information, and many other topics. After the Riskline launch, they will be the ones providing users with this information as well. The Riskline country information is presented under the following tabs:


Money, electricity, and data statistics.


Risk Summary

Summary of country risk assessments.


In-depth country risk assessment with details about the different risk categories.


An alert feed with the most recent alerts.


Reports for situational awareness about the selected country.

Cities Report

Travel information and risk assessment of a major city/cities.


Passport and visa information.


Culture and specific traveler advice.


Country Risk Levels

Riskline’s five risk levels (see definitions under “alert risk levels”, above) have been renamed accordingly when representing country risk ratings in the Safeture Platform.

Riskline risk level mappings

Country Risk Categories

  1. Conflict
  2. Kriminalität
  3. Health and Medical
  4. Kidnap and Ransom
  5. Natural and Environmental
  6. Personal Safety
  7. Political Overview
  8. Terrorismus
  9. Unrest