Preparing for An Active Assailant: Exercise Design Series

You have heard of “active shooter,” this series will focus on an “active assailant,” which is a person (or group of persons) actively engaged in killing or attempting to kill or cause serious bodily injury to a person or group of persons. The weapon could be a gun or it could be something else, such […]


Digital Transformation for Business Continuity and Beyond

When critical events occur, rapid response is vital to successful resolution. However, many organizations still rely on time consuming, outdated and cumbersome processes that include manual call trees, spread sheets and Word documents that cannot scale when an incident requires it. There can be numerous consequences to an organization that can affect its performance and […]


Large Logistics Provider Case Study

A top-ten global provider of transportation and logistics solutions had their supply chain operators manually checking multiple sites to determine whether boarder crossing wait times would cause delays for customer shipments.


Critical Event Management on the Corporate Campus Strategies for Improving Safety and Security

Law enforcement and emergency management authorities repeatedly warn that no community, rural, urban or suburban, is immune from threat of violence. Modern corporate campuses are communities, often small town or cities unto themselves, and face the many of the same challenges in the prevention and response to the entire scope of active assailant threats—an evolving […]


Webinar: Improved Security Preparedness for Active Shooter Events

For security, during any event – especially an active shooter incident – your organization’s employees, facilities, operations and brand are important to protect. However, when not managed effectively and efficiently, that can come at a high cost that isn’t limited to just dollars. So, how can your organization minimize their overall risk for active shooter […]


7 Principles of Highly Effective Command Centers

Critical events can cripple your operations if not properly managed. During these events, your command center will serve an integral part of your resilience strategy. However, there are key best practices and technologies you should employ to ensure your team and organization are setting themselves up for success. Join us for the webinar, 7 Principles […]


Mitigating Traveling Employee Risk with Forrester Research: Webinar Recap

According to the Berg Institute, 15% of the overall workforce in Canada, the United States, and Europe work remotely, which amounts to approximately 53 million people.  A recent Forrester report found that up to 54% of workers who work remotely at least once a month, including business travelers, do not use privacy screens while completing […]


Preparing for Mass Events: A Focus on Vehicular Attacks Webinar Recap

The dynamics of a vehicular attack are remarkably similar to that of an active shooter attack. There is a level of mental readiness that must be instilled into our communities for all types of attacks, and as emergency managers, it’s increasingly important to educate the public, as well as have well-thought-out and practiced plans to […]


Critical Event Management on the Corporate Campus Strategies for Improving Safety and Security

Law enforcement and emergency management authorities repeatedly warn that no community, rural, urban or suburban, is immune from threat of violence. Modern corporate campuses are communities, often small town or cities unto themselves, and face the many of the same challenges in the prevention and response to the entire scope of active assailant threats—an evolving […]


Crisis Management: Running a Campus-Wide Drill

Once your college or university has developed emergency plans, emergency response teams, and emergency response facilities, it is critical that you routinely run drills to ensure that all stakeholders understand what role they play, and why they have that role. In an actual emergency, muscle memory will kick in, so if your teams are not […]