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Improving Campus Resiliency: Best Practices in Critical Event Management for Higher Education

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On college campuses, critical events occur daily.  Whether the critical events are relatively common, like a system failure or crime, or they are more unusual and complex, like protests, severe weather, or an outbreak, one thing is certain: the more systems incorporated into the response, the more disjointed that response will be.

A detailed Critical Event Management process is necessary to ensure an optimized, systematic and coordinated response to every event that occurs campus.  This CEM framework is used to assess threats, locate impacted people and assets, act to manage the response, and analyze the performance.

You are invited to watch: Improving Campus Resiliency: Best Practices in Critical Event Management for Higher Education.  This one-hour session will provide detailed best practices on CEM and action items you can implement immediately that will impact your ability to respond and optimize your response to any critical event.  During this session you will discover how to:

  • Improve assessment of threats to your people, assets, and operations
  • Accelerate and manage operational response and communication to stakeholders
  • Protect assets and minimize disruptions

Who should attend this webinar: Officials responsible for campus safety and/or maintaining operations of IT systems, as well as executives seeking to save cost through consolidation of systems and workflows.

Safeguard your students, your campus, and your reputation; register for Critical Event Management for Higher Education.

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Campus Safety Conference
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