While hindsight is 20/20, there’s a lot we can learn from the communication failures of the past. In the last decade or so, there have been several operational failures, natural disasters, and data breaches requiring
The crisis management cycle has several stages. As you plan your crisis management response, you’ll have different steps for before, during, and after a crisis. Each stage presents different challenges. Further, those challenges look very
In an emergency, a hospital becomes a fast-paced, hectic environment. While doctors, nurses, and emergency personnel run around, there are temporary visitors filing in and out, health and safety protocols to be adhered to, and
There are many ways in which technology has made the world a safer place. There are also other ways where technology catalyzes risk. Terror and cyber attacks are aided and abetted by certain technologies. To
Preparing for regulatory changes can be overwhelming. Whether or not you sell products and services within the EU or process the personal data of EU data subjects, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will likely
In our industry, we see plenty of cases where communications go terribly wrong.
Communications operators can cause more harm than good when they send the wrong message. Perhaps they are too vague, or don’t have
For healthcare facilities, running tests is an integral part of the day-to-day. Checks, double-checks, triple-checks, and backup checks are constantly being administered. When slip-ups can mean the difference between life and death, hospitals take as
It’s tough enough to provide for the security of your employees in a fixed location. With a workforce that’s dispersed across geographies, teams, and functions, it’s even more challenging. Natural disasters, geopolitical conflict, and public
An occasional fire drill won’t even scratch the surface.
There are immense hazards in the industrial sector. Overlooking details can devastate environments and communities. On any given day at an oil and gas plant, you