BELFOR Property Restoration helped the Royal Mint recover from smoke and fire damage. Although the decontamination process was challenging, BELFOR delivered in good time and on budget, all while production work continued in the plant even as the cleanup crews were working. Click HERE>>
If You Want a Sandbox, Why Not Hit the Beach? Today’s malware leave signature-based detection in the dust. The only way to keep up is to understand the expected behavior of approved applications, then look for unexpected actions. Cyber sandboxes can help. Ron LaPedis writes. Click HERE>>
- IT Professional Networking and Knowledge Center
Check out the meeting place for IT professionals. Participants can consume information, exchange expertise and experience, and build new understanding through collaboration. Browse over 100 topics. Click HERE>>
- Emergency Triage Gets a New High Tech Identity: Meet ETHAN
The New Emergency Tele-Health and Navigation project combines technology and human experience to speed up critical patient diagnosis and coordinate patient care. Click HERE>>
- A Cybersecurity Checklist for City Officials
Crucial steps for city workers during a cyber crisis from City of Riverside chief information officer Lea Deesing. Click HERE>>
- Pilot Program Trains Low Income Workers to Join Disaster Recovery Workforce
An initiative between the Governor’s Office of Storm Recovery and non-profit Rebuilding Together NYC puts $250K to give low income New York residents on-the-job training. Click HERE>>
- Not Just Child’s Play
A group of thirteen year old students have created a mobile application to coordinate disaster relief efforts. Click HERE>>
- Help or Hazard?
Taking a look at the pros and cons of the all hazards approach to emergency management. Click HERE>>
- Cybersecurity Startups Get a Boost from Industry Initiative
Highland Capital Partners, MIT’s Computer Science and A.I. Lab (CSAIL) and mentors from various tech companies are helping two cybersecurity startups get a leg up. Click HERE>>
Congratulations to Tyler Newsom, winner of the first-ever DRI Foundation Scholarship Award! Tyler was selected for his academic performance and volunteer activities, and his excellent essay on community preparedness. Read more>>
The KOOL Kit provides 72-hour support for 1 person. Long shelf-life contents. At only $30, it costs less than what you might spend assembling a kit on your own AND it saves you time. Packed in a bag that can be used to keep things KOOL! Click HERE>>
BCI World Conference Nov. 10-11. London. The largest BC conference in the UK. Fantastic networking. The varied conference programme includes thought leadership discussion, new research, practical demonstrations, and real-life applications. Click HERE>>
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Oregon and Washington State Emergency Management Conference
September 21-24, 2015. Vancouver, Washington. Join us for our joint Oregon and Washington Emergency Management Associations conference; network with state, city, public, private sector and non-profit emergency management professionals from throughout the two contiguous states. We are working together for a stronger partnership! Click HERE>>
DisasterLAN Successfully Implemented by Alberta's Emergency Management Agency
The Alberta Emergency Management Agency desired a system that would provide Provincial Operations Centre staff and stakeholders with one secure environment from which all disaster and emergency coordination activities could be performed regardless of their geographic location. After a competitive RFP process, they chose Buffalo Computer Graphics' DisasterLAN as their Emergency Operations Centre Coordination Application, to meet these needs. Click HERE>>
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