Disasters happen, but within your emergency communications center, failure is not an option.
911 Dispatchers spend every day responding to emergencies. Their job is to triage a situation and provide appropriate responders to the scene. But are they prepared to face a catastrophic event like a mass shooting, a Category 5 hurricane, or even a six-foot snowfall that shuts down an entire city.
Download this Disaster Preparedness Guide to see what you can do to better prepare for the unexpected.
According to John T. Chambers, former CEO of Cisco, there are only two types of organizations – those that have been hacked, and those that don’t know it yet. And the data corroborates this statement – there have been over 280 cyber-attacks against local governments and public safety agencies within 24 months – that’s one cyber attack roughly every three days. It is not a question of IF your center will be the next victim, it is a question of WHEN.
Don’t miss your chance to prepare your center for the inevitable, with the Carbyne Cyber-Security Handbook for ECCs.