Risk management remains top of mind for organizational leaders—and for good reason. Physical threats, in particular, are on the rise, both globally and within the United States, as the recent Global Risk Impact Report revealed.
From a local power outage to a powerful tornado (and everything in between), the right technology provides fast, accurate and reliable information and the means to respond and adapt quickly and effectively. Whether it’s a supply chain problem, severe weather, an incident of violence or a product recall, disaster management can quickly derail without effective critical communications and risk intelligence.
Not sure where to start? Check out this infographic for a closer look at the types of risk that should be on your radar. 2023 is “the year of the risk-centric agenda.” So, make sure you’re asking the right questions about your technology needs so you can proactively manage critical events and better protect your people, places and property.