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5 tips to secure your emergency notification system against hackers

Scott Howard

It’s a fact of life in 2017 that cyber threats are everywhereWe know that we need to set strong passwords on our email, encrypt connections to our banking, healthcare, wifi, and even lockdown our social media accounts.  


So, why should your emergency notification system (ENS) be any different?


A breach of your email or social media could be embarrassing.

A breach of your bank account could be inconvenient and very costly.

A breach of your emergency notification system could be even worse. It could reduce confidence in real alerts or even put your community in real-world danger by causing a panic.


What can you do to help ensure that a hacker doesn’t compromise your ENS?

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Critical Insights, ENS Implementation & Management

Automating critical and emergency notifications at the University of Nebraska Medical Center

Samantha Leland

 

Due to the diverse roles that make up the population at the University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC), and locations alike, critical communications and emergency notifications take many forms. UNMC’s Safety Manager, John Hauser, has to ensure everyone on campus and hospital grounds is notified immediately when a crisis or something out of the ordinary occurs.  


With the diverse population of employees, students, patients, and visitors, there is much to consider. Each of these groups may receive different information according to their role, receive information via different methods or channels according to their role, or even both -- all according to the severity and specifics of the incident.  John Hauser, along with any other Safety Manager, has his hands full.

 

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Critical Insights, Emergency Planning & Preparation, Automating Emergency Notifications

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