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Alerting and Crisis Communication in Australia

As with many things, we see crisis communication a little differently here in Australia. In North America and Europe, the focus often centers on active shooter incidents, potential terrorist attacks, and natural disasters. Those are

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In a Dangerous World, the Right Mobile Security Platform is Key to Keeping Us Safe

Imagine that an active shooter is on a college campus, holding several people hostage. Escaped individuals are posting tweets and Facebook messages from their smartphones as TV news vans descend upon the scene. News and

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Workplace Violence: Summoning Assistance

Both Canadian and U.S. safety laws require the establishment of a safe workplace along with clearly defined policies regarding the prevention of workplace violence. Much of the attention is focused on risk assessment and mitigation.

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Crisis Management: Three Pillars of Emergency Response

Data, information, and communication drive emergency response. Without data and information, you cannot make good decisions. Without communications, you cannot command, control, or coordinate your response.

Thus, these are the three key pillars of emergency

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Four Ways Hospitals Can Cut Their Ransomware Risk

Ransomware attacks have been all over the news recently. The malware variant has crippled healthcare businesses, from small and midsize medical practices to large hospital systems, holding their electronic data and IT systems hostage until

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No Warning: 5 Reasons Weathering a Crisis Without a Secure Communications Network Is Its Own Disaster

In the midst of an emergency, communication makes all the difference in the world. Civilians need to be alerted so they can be brought to safety, and emergency responders need to know the scope and

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