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Guru Minute Video: Matt Cronin - Using Crisis Management Solutions for Large-Scale Planned Events

Aug 22, 2019 5:11:20 PM / by David Layman posted in Preparedness, Incident management, Crisis Communication, Events

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In this month’s Guru Minute video, we spoke to Matt Cronin, Director of Solutions Architecture at Juvare, who talks about how organizations use Juvare's crisis management solutions to prepare for and respond to any incidents that might occur at large-scale planned events like concerts, festivals, sporting events, marathons, etc.

The monthly Guru Minute videos are inspired by one of the most popular features of Juvare’s annual Exchange conference – the “Guru Lounge” – where participants can meet one-on-one with Juvare’s solutions experts and gain specific knowledge about critical incident management technology.

 

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Controlled Chaos: Preparing for the Unexpected at Large-Scale Planned Events

Aug 9, 2019 3:33:19 PM / by David Layman posted in Incident management, Crisis Communication, Events

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Have you ever been to a major sporting event, concert, or festival and looked around at the multitude of people and wondered what might happen if there was an emergency? How would event planners or first responders be able to navigate the chaos if a crisis occurred, and react quickly and effectively in the midst of a large crowd of people?

Whether it’s a large-scale “planned” event like the example above, or an “unplanned” critical incident or disaster, situational awareness is the name of the game. Situational awareness enables key personnel like event planners, law enforcement, firefighters, paramedics and other first responders to respond quickly and effectively to prevent smaller incidents from becoming larger, more dangerous and potentially life-threatening ones.

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For Corporations, Readiness for Disasters and Critical Incidents is Good Business

Jun 13, 2019 2:02:47 PM / by David Layman posted in Emergency Management, Business Enterprise, resilience, disaster, Preparedness, coordinated response, Incident management, Crisis Communication, Business Continuity Management, Business Disruption

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It might not be the first thing you think about when considering emergency preparedness, but having a plan for a critical incident or disaster makes good business sense.

Corporations have suffered tremendous losses because of unexpected events – natural disasters like hurricanes, floods, earthquakes, and wildfires, as well as man-made events such as office violence, active shooters, terrorism, or cyberattacks.

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What Should You Be Doing to Prepare For and Respond to a Cyberattack?

May 9, 2019 1:24:45 PM / by David Layman posted in resilience, Preparedness, Incident management, data security, Crisis Communication, Incident Management Software, Business Disruption, Business Continuity Management Software, Cybersecurity, Cyberattack

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Don’t Sleep Through Your Organization’s Cybersecurity Planning

 

Does the possibility of a cyberattack on your company or organization keep you up at night?

It doesn’t have to if you’re confident that you have prepared properly and have a plan for a rapid and decisive response to a data breach.

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The Top 5 Reasons You Should Attend Exchange19

Apr 25, 2019 3:18:56 PM / by David Layman posted in WebEOC, Public Health, education, Preparedness, Incident management, Exchange19, Crisis Communication, Health and Safety, Events

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Exchange19 is just two weeks away! Have you registered? Time is running out!

Stop what you’re doing now and Register Here!

 

Still not sure if you should come? Exchange19 is the event of the year for Emergency Management and Planning Professionals to learn effective methodologies and innovative solutions from some of the industry’s top practitioners and to share experiences with others in your field. That’s why we call it Exchange19!

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