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Isria launches global monitoring service

Feb. 9, 2009 at 4:39 PM   |   Comments

WASHINGTON, Feb. 9 (UPI) -- French company Isria announced the launch of a subscription service that supplies geopolitical monitoring with timely global security and intelligence news.

Isria is launching its Monitor Pack service to support the government, military and homeland security markets. Subscribers to the service will receive up-to-the-minute intelligence on emerging global security and political threats.

Officials say the Monitor Pack service is designed to provide timely geopolitical information for situational awareness and improved decision making.

"Monitor Pack provides subscribers with a complete monitoring of relevant information dealing with global geopolitics and diplomacy," Charles Rault, Isria director, said in a statement.

"Our service consists of a combination of proprietary information and public domain information, chosen for maximum relevance."

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