Risk Data Suite™

Extensive peril datasets for mission-critical insurance analysis

The Pitney Bowes Risk Data Suite (RDS), combines spatial information with high quality modelling on a variety of perils including flood, subsidence, crime, firestation, and OSHA proximity analysis (country dependent).

RDS is built with the flexibility to incorporate additional perils to help insurers minimize risk, boost efficiency and maximize profitability.

Reduce risk through better understanding of insurer’s ‘book of business’ exposure.

Become more profitable by creating more accurate or customized rating territories.

Reduce claim costs and expenses - and improve service - by increasing customer retention.

Improve insight for underwriters to make better decisions when taking on or renewing business.

Risk Data Suite is available in specific bundles designed to limit exposure to a variety of risks.

Earthquake Bundle

Helps underwriters determine the maximum earthquake exposure for a specific zip code or by insurer territory

Fire Station Bundle

Consists of Fire Departments and Fire Stations that contain information about each local fire department in the U.S. including location information, telephone and fax numbers, the name of the county it serves, the type of department it is (volunteer/career), and number of stations.

Weather Bundle

Contains comprehensive hazardous weather data including hurricaine, hail, tornado and windstorm information.

FloodRisk Pro

Includes FEMA Flood Boundaries and the FEMA DFIRM data.

Mass Movement Bundle

Represents movements of masses of bodies of soil, bedrock, rock debris, soil, or mud, all of which usually occure along steep-sided hills and mountains.

FireRisk Pro

A comprehensive state-of-the-art analysis of wildfire risk in the US. Combining fire shed, forest condition, topography and fire behavior analysis, FireRisk Pro derives the most crucial outputs and understqanding of wildfire risk assessment.


Measures the likelihood of where crime may occur by 11 crime types for block groups in the US and Puerto Rico.  The composite scores are derived into property crime, violent crime, and overall scores.