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ISO Standards and Business Continuity Compliance in Your Organization

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

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The Sum of All Parts: Government Crisis Communication for a Unified Response

On January 20, 2017, Donald Trump will officially be sworn in as the 45th President of the United States. To call the announcement – and Trump himself – polarizing is putting it lightly. No President-elect

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Crisis Management: Talking to Each Other

Here in Washington State, the I-5 corridor is the only major north-south route between Seattle and Oregon and south to California. Recently, a four-car accident tied up traffic for 15 hours, and 17 different agencies

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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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Pentagon Pilots Interoperable Communications Network Powered by BlackBerry’s AtHoc

In July, 2015 President Obama signed the DHS Interoperability Act (H.R.615), requiring homeland security agencies to maintain interoperable communications for daily operations, planned events and emergencies.

The term "Interoperable Communications" is a mouthful. Simply put,

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Unintentional Active Shooter Drill Goes Well in San Diego

Thousands Alerted to Safely Shelter in Place

Roughly 95,000 military personnel in a number of different commands are assigned to the area around San Diego, Calif. When their dependents and families are taken into account,

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