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Incident Response

In emergency situations, speed is key for first responders. Law enforcement agencies need to have the tools in place to be able to communicate and coordinate quickly.  Using old and clunky tools—like desktops and laptops—are simply not sufficient for teams to make decisions quickly and securely. And, the traditional radio system can present interoperability problems.

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Incident Response

Natural disasters, mass shootings, and cyber-crimes are on the rise, and it isn’t just sensationalism.  According to NOAA, (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration), there are 10 – 15 disasters per year with costs in the billions, up from 1 or 2 in the 1980s. Not only that, but according to the LA Times, mass shootings are becoming more frequent, and deadlier. Add that into the pot with the numerous cyber-crimes against big and small businesses alike, and it’s time to create a plan.

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Incident Response

Situations like acts of nature, data breaches, or other unforeseen events, require planned responses in case they happen. Different situations may require a different chain of events to occur, but there is one thing that all incident response plans have in common: the need for ongoing communication throughout the course of the event.

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Incident Response

Do you have an emergency preparedness plan in your household? Many families do—whether because they live in an earthquake or hurricane prone area, or because they want to be prepared for a personal emergency just in case. A smartphone can provide critical support during an emergency but—like your emergency kit and home vehicle—it needs to be prepared. There are several ways you can prepare your smartphone for an emergency.

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Incident Response

This past year has been riddled with crisis from wildfires, earthquakes, tornadoes and hurricanes, to global cyber-attacks at a scale unlike what we’ve seen before. The one thing that all of these events have shown us is that accurate and constant communication is critical. Proper notification and continual communication during the event and during response set the tone for how quickly we can recover. Florida and Texas are no strangers to hurricanes.

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