Bad news tends to go viral fast, and the consequences of not handling it in the best way possible can be swift and catastrophic!
Unhackable email, business resilience and data breaches… See what you missed this week on The Resilience Post.
Why cyber-security professionals have begun to display the signs of frustration that were so common among emergency managers a few years ago!
Open data and innovative media platforms present new challenges in crisis management – but also bring new opportunities!
Lessons learned from many hurricanes in many countries about designing, deploying and managing a resilient community-based response networks.
In Texas, a grocery chain is now inspiring memes. One goes like this: “State and federal resources are struggling to get into impacted areas. H.E.B. — outta the way, we’re […]
Hurricane Harvey made landfall in Texas between Port Aransas and Port O’Connor, after swiftly gathering strength over the Gulf of Mexico. It made landfall as a category 4 storm, with […]
Why video games are obsessed with the apocalypse! For decades, video games have had a fascination with the end of the world. Why is it that we find it so […]
Once again, everything comes back to Game of Thrones! While in the midst of preparations for an upcoming disaster at Winterfell, Sansa Stark displays true Chief Resilience Officer capabilities. Who […]
With new technology comes a variety of applications that can have tremendous benefits to organizations, society – and, of course, the way we handle emergency management. Technology gives emergency management […]
See why 80 to 90% of people respond inappropriately in a crisis. Would you do better?
The costs of natural disasters are becoming too much to bear – and it’s driving up premiums no matter where you live. The solution may be a transformative type of […]