Max Security integration

Vue d'ensemble

MAX Security is a leading player in comprehensive security and risk management solutions. MAX Security gives insights with real-time information, tactical monitoring, and actionable recommendations.

MAX Security methodology

MAX Security’s methodology for assessing risk level is based on the combination of the type of event (threat), the likelihood for it to occur (probability) and the actual effect on ground (physical harm and travel & operational disruption).

When assessing risk, MAX Security considers three main factors: asset value, threat, and probability. It means that MAX focus is on determining the impact of a threat on a particular asset, the likelihood of travel disruptions, and an overall impact on travelers’ plans and business continuity.

MAX Security content details

MAX Security provides Safeture with information regarding the following types of content:

  • Alertes
  • Country and Cities Information
  • Évaluation des risques par pays


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 MAX Security and the methodology used.

Sources used

MAX Security uses a variety of datamining tools, alongside manual scanning of credible sources, such as international media, local media, social media, subject matter experts, that have been vetted and accumulated over years.

Alert categories

  • Active shooter
  • Airstrike
  • Arbitrary detention
  • Armed conflict
  • Civil unrest
  • Crime
  • Cyber-attack
  • Developing
  • Earthquake
  • Economics
  • Fire
  • Health
  • Holiday
  • Kidnap & Ransom
  • Labor action
  • Maritime incidents
  • Militancy & Terrorism
  • Organized crime
  • Piracy
  • Politics
  • Protest
  • Rocket/Mortar
  • Security operations
  • Service failure
  • Supply chain disruptions
  • Voyage
  • Volcano
  • Weather

Alert risk levels

MAX’s methodology for assessing risk level is based on the combination of the type of event, the likelihood for it to occur, and the actual effect on the ground. Once the level of each component is determined, all criteria are combined to establish the event’s risk level. They consist of four Risk Levels: Low, Medium, High, and Extreme. In general, each risk level has the following characteristics: 

Risk LevelPhysical HarmTravel & Operational DisruptionAdvise
LOW No substantial risk of physical harmLow likelihood of travel/operational disruptionsTravel may continue as planned
MEDIUMSome risk of physical harmMedium likelihood of travel/operational disruptionsTravellers are advised to maintain heightened vigilance
HIGHSubstantial potential of physical harm to travellersHigh likelihood of travel/operational disruptionsConsider avoiding nonessential travel to the area
EXTREMEAlmost certain of physical harmCertain travel/operational disruptionsConsider avoiding all travel to the area

We have mapped MAX’s default risk levels from four 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. The country information provided by MAX Security is presented under the following tabs:

Vue d'ensemble

Information on currency, official languages, total population, major religions, geographical features, infrastructure, calendar with upcoming events and links to governmental and local authorities. It also includes Cities information.


Reports and notifications on security, health or travel-related incidents.


Risk assessment of eight risk categories: armed conflict, civil unrest, crime, health, kidnap and ransom, militancy & terrorism, political, weather & natural hazards.


Information passports, visas, international and domestic air travel, general travel overview, difficulties for specific nationalities.


Information on female travelers, LGBTQ+, don’t and don’ts, religion, traditions and customs.


Information on medical facilities.

Évaluation des risques par pays

Country Risk Levels

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

  • Low
  • Medium
  • High
  • Critical

Country Risk Categories

  • Armed Conflict 
  • Civil Unrest 
  • Crime 
  • Health 
  • Kidnap & Ransom 
  • Militancy & Terrorism
  • Political
  • Weather & Natural Hazards

In the Safeture platform, every country is assigned an overall risk level, which is based on the combined risk levels of different kinds of risk categories, adjusted to the local context. These risks are adjusted to the local context to reflect how the risks impact the operating environment in the country.