Ensure Rapid Communications When They Matter Most
Secure, compliant and rapid communications between the organization and staff, warning points, emergency management offices, first responders, regulators and the community.
Broadcast messaging for mass notification with easy visualization and reporting on who has received and read notices, as well as time to respond.
Real-time collaboration during times of crisis where communications are protected against surveillance, unauthorized propagation, misuse or leaks.
Protection of sensitive information, including defense against 3rd party intrusion, when communicating with foreign offices or traveling to less secure locations.
Compliant texting with the ability to archive a copy of all texts to a client designated repository of record for compliance, audit and reporting purposes.
Automated communications with predefined templates, recipients and more to reduce errors and speed response to incidents.
Secure one-to-one and group chats provide real-time collaboration and decision making
Broadcast Mass Notifications
Send mass group announcements to all warning points, first responders etc. for rapid information sharing and updates
Archive a single copy of messages to a client-designated 'repository of record' to meet regulatory and legal requirements
To alleviate risk, automate text expiration based on your policies, and shred messages from all devices -on demand
Protect against surveillance and man in the middle attacks
Prevent Data Leaks
Sender controls prevent unintended sharing or proliferation, keeping information truly confidential
Securely and easily send vital attachments - without compromise, including PDFs, DOCs and Images
Audit and Reporting
Certification and test-ready. Compliance reporting to prove response times and adherence to procedures.
Send pre-determined series of communications based on type of event to ensure communications occur in timely manner
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