You can’t always anticipate the impact of a sudden crisis or a disaster on your organization. You can, however, anticipate a certain degree of chaos and uncertainty. That’s no reason to panic. But when a
Nothing incites panic like receiving a message along the lines of, “Don’t panic, but….” If you’re tasked with sending out critical communications in a disaster, the pressure is on you to be clear and effective.
No matter what industry you work in, you have one resource that is more valuable than all the others – your people. To keep people safe, there are certain best practices that security professionals can
When your business has been hacked, it’s more than likely that personal identifiable information (PII) has been released. Hacks and breaches aren’t ideal, but they don’t have to be completely devastating scenarios.
It’s important to
We’ve all experienced hurricanes in our lives. However, in recent decades hurricanes are increasing in frequency and severity. There are major risks associated with severe hurricanes, including storm surges and tides, heavy rainfall and inland
You may think you're the exception. You're up to date on the latest regulations. You're always in compliance. You renovate your facilities on a regular basis, and your staff is well-trained and capable. "It can't
Here in Dane County, WI, we are best known for our state capital city of Madison and the main campus of the University of Wisconsin. We are responsible for a wide geographic area and about
Courthouses and judicial facilities need crisis communication and emergency alerting capabilities like any other enterprise. These entities face the same notification and emergency response challenges, such as:
- Early closure or cancellation, and a need to
How Data Will Drive Faster, Better, More Appropriate Levels of Response
"One of the key issues that continues to frustrate emergency management operators at transportation hubs is the inability to contact individuals outside the reach