Resources

April 1st, 2015

Critical Communication for the Lifecycle of a Cyberattack

At some point, it is almost inevitable that your company will face a cyberattack. According to IBM, there were 1.5 million monitored cyberattacks in the U.S. alone in 2013. Because of this, it is important you are not just dedicating resources to preventing a breach, but also responding to one. Download the following kit, Critical […]

March 19th, 2015

Replay: Minimizing Risks and Threats Through Situational Intelligence

No matter size of an organization or the industry it is in, it can be threatened by numerous critical events. These threats can hurt business operations, employee productivity and safety – among other things. While it is impossible to avoid crisis events all together, there are ways to be better prepared for an event, minimizing […]

March 13th, 2015

Healthcare Training Drills Preparedness Kit

In the event of an emergency, your hospital or organization needs to be able to react at a moment’s notice. While emergencies or critical incidents are often unpredictable, you can still prepare to ensure the best possible response to minimize damage. Download the Training Drills Preparedness Kit to discover how you can conduct practice drills […]

March 12th, 2015

10 Questions to Ask Your HIPAA-Compliant Messaging Vendor

With the HITECH Act providing HIPAA with more regulatory teeth—and the threat of a $50,000 fine per violation, your hospital or healthcare organization will likely be implementing a HIPAA-compliant messaging solution in the near future—if they haven’t done so already. Every vendor you encounter will tell you they are the best at what they do, […]

March 9th, 2015

Replay: HipaaChat, the HIPAA-Compliant Solution for Today’s mHealth Care Coordination

When communicating, doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals love simplicity and ease of use, which is why so many use iMessage, FaceTime and Skype. Unfortunately, these applications are not HIPAA-compliant and can result in fines of up to $50,000 per violation. What if there was a way to combine the ease of use features doctor’s […]

March 3rd, 2015

Healthcare Incident Communications and On-Call Staffing | PIH Health

PIH Health is a regional nonprofit healthcare delivery network that serves more than 2.1 million patients in Los Angeles and Orange Counties, as well as the San Gabriel Valley Region. PIH Health uses Everbridge’s Unified Critical Communication Suite to more rapidly deliver emergency and operational messages to all employees, across all devices and contact paths. […]

February 25th, 2015

Replay: Enhancing Incident Communications featuring Renown Health

Within a healthcare setting, faster, efficient communication leads to better patient outcomes and improved business processes. Whether you’re sending STEMI or stroke alerts or communicating with IT response teams about an imaging machine being down, you need to be able to get the right message, to the right person, at the right time. View this […]

February 10th, 2015

Replay: An Insider’s View on Cyberattack Planning and Response

According to IBM, there were 1.5 million monitored cyberattacks in the U.S. in 2013. According to the Ponemon Institute, data breaches cost U.S. organizations, on average, $5.4 million per incident. In the news there has been coverage on high profile attacks including Home Depot, Target and most recently Sony. Everbridge software helped Sony respond to […]

February 10th, 2015

Training Drills Preparedness Kit

In the span of a year, a government agency can and will be faced with numerous emergency events. Each event varies in size, damage caused and overall impact on the community. While often these events are unexpected, you can still prepare and plan for them with the use of a critical communication system. Download the […]

February 4th, 2015

Financial Services Communications | Jackson National Life Insurance

Jackson National Life Insurance is a financial investment company that provides specialized asset management and retail brokerage services. Jackson markets its products in 49 states and the District of Columbia through independent and regional broker-dealers, wire houses, financial institutions and independent insurance agents.