Six Maritime is pleased to announce ENODO Global as the maritime security company’s new strategic partner for intelligence services.

ENODO Global is a private intelligence firm composed of seasoned analysts, cultural experts and military professionals.

The company uses a population-centric methodology known as "community-based" risk analysis, designed to provide public and private sector clients with key insights and forecasts on complex social problems and regional conflict.

Bryan Abell, Six Maritime’s director of operations for West Africa said: "The Six Maritime ENODO Global team is the only one like it in maritime security.

"The capability will afford us an intelligence and academic credibility that is otherwise absent in the industry. A complete understanding of the operating environment will allow us to provide more effective security solutions and to better protect our clients and secure their assets."

ENODO Global delivers products that accurately assess and mitigate threats to business operations: quick look and outlook reporting are succinct products that identify population-centric challenges and examine the social tensions that drive regional unrest.

Situation reports provide periodic updates of monitored near real-time activities from social media, news outlets and human networks, and can be produced daily.

ENODO Global’s strategic intelligence services also include tailored engagement strategies to support development and public relations programs.

The partnership establishes flexibility between operations and intelligence which benefits the clients. ENODO Global’s human and open source intelligence offerings will complement Six Maritime’s real-time imagery intelligence capability.

Six Maritime’s chief operations officer Paul Robinson said: "What we’ve built is a versatile and rapidly deployable team capable of analysing and mitigating threats to clients virtually anywhere in the world,"

The partnership of Six Maritime and ENODO Global’s expertise offers an unrivaled set of competencies and a new precedent for elite maritime security.