NAIROBI, Kenya, Sep 16 – Mastercard’s Travel and Expenses (T&E) cardholders will now receive enhanced safety and security features following the signing of deal with Crisis, a global protective solutions firm.
Mastercard T&E users will now enjoy comprehensive risk management solutions while they travel globally, allowing organisations to be more proactive with cyber threats.
Crisis, which is available in the Eastern Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EEMEA) regions, offers travel and business-related risk assessments and mitigation recommendations.
“People are vital resources for companies, and as such, a human-centric approach to risk management is critical,” said Clyde Rosanowski, Senior Vice President of Commercial Solutions, EEMEA, Mastercard.
“Through our partnership with Crisis24, we’re building on our robust T&E offerings with a leading risk management solution which may enable corporates to enhance employees’ safety and the quality of experiences while on business travel,” added Rosanowski.
Mastercard’s T&E solutions enable control, security, and visibility across the many touchpoints of the payment journey.
Accessible online or via app, the fully integrated platform provides authorised users access to location intelligence briefs, risk ratings, alerts, and evacuations in the event of a crisis.
“Our proprietary platform combines cutting-edge AI with the largest team of intelligence analysts monitoring and feeding information on a wide variety of risks across the globe,” Managing Director, Northern Europe for Crisis24, Craig Sweet said.
“Our solutions enable organizations to easily meet their duty of care requirements by helping them make informed decisions and proactively manage risks to their people both internationally and domestically.”