Sure, you have detailed emergency preparedness programs and your business continuity planning is up-to-date, but with an increasingly complex and unpredictable threat environment, it has never been more imperative to act faster. With more complete intelligence, you’ll be able to increase your speed and decisiveness in order to assess risks and prevent them from harming your people or disrupting your operations.
A Critical Event Management platform uses technology to take manual processes and automate them. Amplifying ad hoc data feeds to provide richer intelligence and correlating threats with locations of assets and people, ensures more rapid and comprehensive incident assessment and remediation.
Additional benefits include:
Dow's global security and resilience focuses on delivering a program that breaks down organisational siloes, aligns with business objectives and creates value for stakeholders. Read More
Experience how Critical Event Management improves organizational resilience by combining real-time monitoring, automatically correlating threats to your most important assets, anticipating risks, automating response activities, and enabling team collaboration globally.
Proper planning for critical events includes establishing a crisis management team and developing a crisis management plan to keep people from harm, maintain business continuity, enable recovery from disaster, and protect assets before, during, and after a critical event occurs. Every organization needs to validate and test its crisis management plan and deploys the right emergency communications technology to support crisis response across the organization.
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Disruptive incidents lead to operational losses, brand damage, and health and safety concerns. Despite investment, companies struggle to optimize their critical event management (CEM) operation, slowing down response time to a crisis. Companies need to turn toward a unified approach to CEM that links security and business operations.get report
As a leader in security, risk, operations, or IT, you know that you need to be prepared, but how can you show the rest of the leaders in your organization that crisis management should be a top priority?read blog
As a security and risk professional, you face an evolving risk landscape. Between an increasingly mobile and distributed workforce as well as escalating cyber and physical threats, you are expected to decisively assess, respond to, and manage critical events on a near real-time basis. Are you prepared?take survey
Gatepoint Research partnered with Everbridge to participate in a survey themed Critical Event Management Event Management Strategies. Here is what we found.download report
Everbridge helps to automate crisis management and set your organization up for success the next time that a crisis strikes.read blog
Richard Biber, the Director of Business Continuity for Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits discusses the importance of operationalizing Everbridge beyond disasters to drive additional value for the company’s employees, teams, drivers and customers.watch video
Chris Quinlan, the Director of Service Operations for Finastra, talks about mobilizing technical resources during IT incidents, and how Everbridge’s IT Alerting solution improves their response time and helps to mitigate the impact on the business.watch video
Pale Mejia, Crisis Management Coordinator and Emergency Communications Manager from Aon, talks about the company’s Global Emergency Operations Center and emergency communications program where technology, like Everbridge, is used to account for the safety of their employees and the resiliency of their assets and operations.watch video