Airstrike: attack conducted by an aircraft (including UAV).
Armed Conflict: armed clashes between two or more state actors or aspiring state actors involving conventional warfare tactics.
Civil Unrest: violent gatherings (be it riots or violence on behalf of protesters, or forcible dispersal by security forces).
Crime: opportunistic and/or smaller scale than organized crime.
Cyber-attack: conducted via cyberspace.
Developing: any incident with potential immediate effect with yet unclear circumstances, which requires immediate notification to clients before all details are clear (for example- an explosion may be a suicide bombing or a gas cylinder accident, but nonetheless needs to be reported immediately so that mitigating actions can be taken).
Earthquake: shift in tectonic plates, Earthquakes can range in size from very weak to catastrophic.
Fire: a large and destructive inflammation event that may threaten human life, health, and/or property.
Health: medical threat to peoples’ well-being or interference of medical installations.
Holiday: celebration/occasion that results in travel/operational disruptions.
Kidnap and Ransom: an incident in which civilians are held against their will as leverage to receive ransom.
Labor Action: strikes of different levels, from local disruptions to complete shutdowns.
Militancy: armed clashes involving at least one side that employs unconventional warfare tactics.
Organized Crime – racketeering, extortion, blackmail, trafficking and any large-scale organized criminal activities.
Piracy – criminal attack targeting naval vessel.
Politics – changes in policies/strategic developments which may impact travel/operations.
Protest – gathering of a number of people to demonstrate their shared public ideas.
Rocket/Mortar – usage of standoff weapons in a capacity other than airstrikes.
Service Failure – water/electricity/communications outages, etc.
Travel – any incident that would impact travel and does not fall in line with the other categories (for example: road work).
Volcano – eruption of hot lava, volcanic ash, and gases.
Weather – unusual weather conditions that may pose risk to human life, property and business continuity.