New Duty of Care Partnership with Security Exchange
October 21, 2021
With higher education students, faculty and staff returning to travel, Terra Dotta, a leader in global education engagement solutions, today announced it has partnered with Security Exchange, a specialized, global security company based in the UK, to deliver enhanced security alerts to administrators and travelers.
As part of Terra Dotta’s expanding duty of care offerings and risk management ecosystem, the new travel intelligence partnership will allow Terra Dotta’s award-winning AlertTraveler® mobile solution to seamlessly deliver Security Exchange’s travel alert and intelligence insights. In addition, Terra Dotta has partnered with Security Exchange for optional 24/7 Security and Response Management Services, including high security extraction services.
"The post-pandemic world abroad and at home is in a constant state of change, making it even more important for higher education institutions to ensure their students and faculty have real-time access to localized security alerts,” said Anthony Rotoli, CEO of Terra Dotta. “Our partnership with Security Exchange ensures we can provide our university and college clients with robust duty of care alerts integrated into their travel management ecosystems – with the ability to immediately notify travelers anywhere of potential threats.”
Terra Dotta’s AlertTraveler app will now be able to issue enhanced safety and security notifications to administrators and travelers, including Security Exchange’s risk severity rankings of Informational, Warning and Critical.
“We commend Terra Dotta’s commitment in prioritizing higher ed institutions’ duty of care for students, faculty and staff, and Security Exchange is proud to serve as a preferred travel intelligence provider,” said Gareth Sephton, Head of Political Risk, Security Exchange. “Having our real time database of location-based threats and risks of all types integrated into the Terra Dotta risk management ecosystem will help institutions proactively alert their many audiences to possible crisis situations.”