Business continuity is at the crux of your organization. Still, you might never have thought about it. If your organization is fortunate enough not to have experienced disruptions, crises, or large-scale emergencies, you might not
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.
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
Changing technologies, environmental regulations, and information sources are complicating the way that oil and gas professionals communicate. In case of an emergency, communications tend to break down. That’s why it’s important to have a robust
When it comes to emergency preparedness, everyone is reconsidering the rules. From the private sector to the public sector, leadership teams are recognizing the need to prepare for increasingly frequent natural and manmade disasters.
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
The digital manhunt for the suspect in the mid-September 2016 Chelsea district bombings in New York illustrates both the promise and challenges of advanced crisis communication and emergency alerting.
New York City, State, and Federal
We have all had it happen. Unexpectedly, the cell phone comes to life, issuing a tone unlike anything it normally makes. It is an Amber Alert, indicating a suspected child kidnapping, or it is a