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Risk, in the field of civil protection, is the product of: Hazard x Vulnerability x Exposed Value: Hazard is the probability that a phenomenon – like flood, land slide, fire – will occur over a certain period of time, in a given area. The vulnerability of an element (people, buildings, infrastructure, economic activities) is the propensity to suffer damage as a result of an adverse event. Exposed value is the value of each of the elements at risk in a given area, such as human lives or settlements. Finapp, by integrating meteorological data and specific modeling with soil moisture data, can provide early warnings for landslides, flooding, and fires, so as to mitigate risk.