Critical event management provider Everbridge has introduced a new specialized risk intelligence package to assist organizations with managing the impact of the coronavirus on their people, assets, customers, facilities, supply chains, and brand.
The new data feed works directly with the company’s CEM platform and complements a series of other actions to address the virus, such as deployment of Everbridge Data Sharing Networks which enable customers to share information; initiation of risk intelligence briefings; broadcast of webinars by emergency preparedness experts on best practices; provision of a Coronavirus Preparedness Kit.
All of these resources leverage Everbridge’s experience serving over 4,800 customers globally, as well as the company’s Risk Intelligence Service, which represents the industry’s most comprehensive vetted source of threat data.
The new, specialized threat data feed tracks developments related to the virus, including health-related incidents and bulletins, airport closures, transportation delays, movement restrictions, and manufacturing disruptions. The feed combines thousands of verified data sources with review by an experienced team of analysts to create a continually updated stream of validated information, and directly integrates into Everbridge’s CEM platform so security, business continuity, emergency management, and supply chain teams can visually see on a “single pane of glass” how new developments may impact their employees, travelers, residents, facilities, suppliers, and distribution routes. Everbridge’s Risk Intelligence Service, powered by its NC4 acquisition last year, also provides frequent flash updates and situational reports on the fast-changing situation.
Customers can also utilize the Everbridge Network to share intelligence with other organizations and to coordinate response through the CEM platform, either publicly or privately. Everbridge’s support teams have established a multitude of private networks among hospitals and clinics across the United States so they can share coronavirus-related updates and track the spread of the virus.
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