Everbridge

Boston, MA, USA
2002
  |  By Brian Toolan
On Oct. 4, 2023, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) plans a nationwide mobile alert test which will send an emergency SMS to all cellphones in the United States. In coordination with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the national test will be administered at approximately 2:20 p.m. ET on Wednesday, Oct. 4. It will consist of two portions that will test Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA) and Emergency Alert System (EAS) capabilities.
  |  By Everbridge
In today’s fast-paced and interconnected world, the importance of efficient and effective public warning systems cannot be overstated. As we face a multitude of natural disasters, civil unrest, and health crises, the ability to swiftly communicate impending threats to the right individuals at the right time has become a matter of paramount importance.
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A Q&A with Brian Toolan, Everbridge VP Global Public Safety Talk about the trend in heat events that are impacting state and local governments. Each year, we witness the challenges cities and towns face due to extreme heat. Some of the biggest areas of concern are the places that haven’t experienced such extreme heat in the past or for prolonged periods of time.
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The duty to care for employees and protect them from undue risk has never been more important. Each year, the U.S. experiences an estimated 240 million calls made to 9-1-1. Because of this, lawmakers have enacted federal regulations like Kari’s Law and the RAY BAUM’s Act. These legislations help ensure certain protections are provided during emergency situations.
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Recent years have been marked by a series of critical events that have challenged the resilience of organizations across the globe. From cyberattacks to natural disasters, these events have demonstrated the importance of strengthening organizational resilience. Companies that fail to prioritize resilience and prepare for the unexpected can face severe consequences, including lost revenue, damaged reputation, and even failure.
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The world around us continues to evolve and as a result, critical events are increasing in frequency and severity. This evolution has created a critical need for organizations to anticipate, mitigate, respond to, and recover quickly when they happen.
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In today’s world, where natural disasters, terrorist threats, and cyberattacks are becoming increasingly common, business leaders must prioritize building resilience to ensure the long-term success of their organizations. However, the ways an organization can adapt, recover, and thrive in the face of adversity are often unclear.
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Global climate change continues to have a profound impact on businesses worldwide, with chronic hazards such as flooding, wildfires, and extreme weather conditions posing a significant risk to industries. As organizations continue to operate in an increasingly interconnected world, they face a growing range of challenges. One such challenge is the impact of chronic hazards on their operations.
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It is no surprise that resilience has become a frequently identified trait for success. McKinsey stated, “To thrive in the coming decade, companies must develop resilience—the ability to withstand unpredictable threat or change and then to emerge stronger. However, how can organizations measure their resilience in the first place?
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Resilience is more than just a goal that organizations strive to achieve. With an increased number of critical events, including cyber-attacks, extreme weather and violent crime, resilience is vital for the short-term and long-term success of any operation. Everbridge and Atos sought out to find the links between resilience and success, with a report from Dr. Stefan Vieweg, Director of the Institute for Compliance and Corporate Governance (ICC) at the Rheinische Fachhochschule in Cologne, Germany.
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Watch as Director of CEM Product Marketing Sean McDevitt and EMEA Risk Intelligence Regional Analyst James Burr discuss the increased risks at large public gatherings throughout Europe during the holiday season. They will also showcase key functionality Everbridge customers may utilize to keep their employees safe during the next several weeks.
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Organizations today face a myriad of threats in the form of civil unrest, cybersecurity, severe weather events, and more. Visibility into emerging events and potential threats extremely early in the crisis lifecycle enables security teams to take proactive measures to protect lives, reputation, and reduce liability. Proactive intelligence is critical to optimize preparation, response efficacy, and speed recovery.
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Everbridge 360™ represents our relentless dedication to provide customers with the most comprehensive and unified interface to manage critical events across one single platform so they can know earlier, respond faster, and improve continuously. More effectively manage critical events, minimize communication delays, and improve overall organizational resilience through the industry’s most advanced and unified dashboard.
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Everbridge Business Operations helps businesses prepare for, and respond to, critical events, protecting facilities and business operations. Built on Everbridge’s industry-leading critical event management (CEM) platform, businesses can detect potential risks that might impact business operations and orchestrate a response in seconds across teams and digital/physical systems.
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Everbridge Smart Security helps organizations maintain control of their security by identifying threats to their people or assets and orchestrating a rapid response across teams and systems, all within an easy-to-use common platform.
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Everbridge People Resilience solutions help businesses prepare for, and respond to, critical events, keeping people healthy, safe, and productive wherever they work or travel around the globe. Built on Everbridge’s industry-leading Critical Event Management (CEM) platform, businesses can detect potential threats that might impact your people, and orchestrate a rapid response across teams and digital/physical systems.
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Everbridge Digital Operations Platform allows teams to open fewer tickets and spend less time reinventing iterative resolutions, leading to faster Mean Time to Repair (MTTR)—so impacted services get resolved before users become aware. Less time spent on incidents means more time for innovation.
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During this webinar, hear from two experts in the emergency management field who have extensive experience preparing for and responding to tornadoes.
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National public warning systems are used by governments to warn and inform the population before, during and after a major incident. In this short video, we explain how and when national public warning systems are used.
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Since 2019, there has been a 40% increase in weather-related events causing a staggering $80B in insured losses according to Allianz Risk Barometer. As the world emerges from a global pandemic, more and more business leaders are no longer just preparing for 'one big disaster,' but rather preparing their companies to be agile against several severe weather threats.
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According to the 2020-21 MIM Annual report, 73% of respondents felt their companies did not invest enough into Major Incident management. While your organization likely has a stand-alone mass notification tool, it is often no longer enough to handle a critical event in the most effective way. This is where a Critical Event Management platform comes in.
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According to a 2020 survey done by Boston Consulting Group, 75% of executives regard digital transformation as an urgent priority in light of the recent COVID-19 crisis and 65% said that they were considering increasing their investment to that end. Standardized and automated threat detection and IT incident response across siloed operational risk groups is required to have the agility, reliability, and efficiency to establish organizational resiliency in financial institutions.
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A successful return-to-work strategy involves transparency, flexibility, responsiveness, and support of employee wellness. Leaders at every level of an organization must recognize and communicate with distressed employees and respond to signs of trouble. This not only fosters a positive workplace for the employee to return to but has impacting effects on business itself. Higher retention rates and lower levels of stress often equate to highly productive business operations.
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The world of the Internet of Things (IoT) is here, with an expected 75 million connected devices by 2025. The internet powers everything from healthcare devices to household appliances to banking systems and thus, more and more of our physical systems have a direct dependency on their digital components. Historically, physical and digital environments have been considered as standalone entities and a case needs to be made for the unification of risk management center across both the environments.
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Every Organization has processes set in place to respond to incidents but these often result in missed SLAs which lead to poor customer experience. By establishing workflows and automating them the incident can be resolved faster and we can iterate processes rapidly. Rapid delivery of services at scale leads to good customer experiences, which is the most important metric for all organizations.

Assess risk, locate impacted people and assets, act rapidly, and analyze outcomes to drive continued optimization for your organization.

Everbridge, Inc. (NASDAQ: EVBG) is a global software company that provides enterprise software applications for automating and accelerating an organizations’ operational response to critical events in order to Keep People Safe and Organizations Running™.

During public safety threats such as active shooter situations, terrorist attacks, a global pandemic or severe weather conditions, as well as critical business events including IT outages, cyber-attacks or other incidents such as product recalls or supply-chain interruptions, over 5,800 global customers rely on the Company’s Critical Event Management (CEM) Platform to quickly and reliably aggregate and assess threat data, locate people at risk and responders able to assist, automate the execution of pre-defined communications processes through the secure delivery to over 100 different communication modalities, and track progress on executing response plans.

Everbridge serves 8 of the 10 largest U.S. cities, 9 of the 10 largest U.S.-based investment banks, 47 of the 50 busiest North American airports, 9 of the 10 largest global consulting firms, 8 of the 10 largest global automakers, 9 of the 10 largest U.S.-based health care providers, and 7 of the 10 largest technology companies in the world. Everbridge is based in Boston with additional offices in 25 cities around the globe.

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