With the opening match of the 2014 World Cup games in Brazil fast approaching, Kroll has launched a special service – the Kroll Intelligence Report – for companies whose employees or associates will be in the country for either the games or general business.
While you are doing your best to subscribe to all the news alerts and to follow what will be happening during the World Cup, if you do not understand and know Brazil well, you may have real concerns about the accuracy and availability of information you receive – how will you know if it is consistent or timely? And if you cannot evaluate the information you receive within its local context, how can you respond appropriately if something happens?
A team of intelligence analysts will be monitoring data from various regulatory sources in the 12 cities where the matches will be held. Using the latest technology, our analysts will corroborate and triangulate all gathered data with media and social media reports, and assess risks at specific locations.
In the two weeks leading up to the World Cup and for the entire duration of the games, clients who sign up for the report will receive actionable intelligence tailored to their specific schedules, logistics and needs.