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Getting Ahead of the Impact: Emergency Preparedness Key to Biodefense

The more prepared we are, the faster and better we will respond. Of course, budgets are finite and we cannot possibly prepare for every...

Thinking Forward: An Internet of Things Primer for Emergency Managers

The Internet of Things (IoT) encompasses a community of devices and algorithms that gather and share information with each other via the internet. This...

Disaster Recovery Begins With Preparedness: How IT Operations Play a Critical Role

History reminds us natural disasters are inevitable. And while they can’t be stopped, there are many ways companies can prepare themselves for when one...

Unlocking Interoperability: What It Means for Next-Generation Public Safety Communications

“When it comes to real-world disasters, the lack of interoperability typically translates into response agencies not being able to communicate across radio systems.” As director...

It’s Time to Rethink Agencies’ Approach to Cyber Investigation & Response

The recent breach at the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) has garnered significant attention over the past three months – and justifiably so, given...

Preparedness Insanity: Why We Need to Think Differently About how to Measure Preparedness

Since 9/11, there have been billions of federal grant dollars awarded to state and local governments and an ongoing quest to measure preparedness. Congress,...

Schools … and Security Expectations

Can you think of a place where safety and security is more important than a school? I suppose you could argue things like nuclear power...

A Look Back at the Boston Marathon: Organizers Realize Benefits of Collaboration

The Boston Marathon is an iconic event. It is the oldest marathon in the world, having been held 119 times. Runners from across the...
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