Everbridge integrates the industry’s most comprehensive external risk intelligence into organizations’ physical command centers


ATLANTA–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Everbridge, Inc. (NASDAQ: EVBG), the global leader in critical event management (CEM) and nationwide public alerting software solutions, today announced full integration of extensive monitoring capabilities from the company’s risk intelligence in its industry-leading physical security system. management system, Control Center, allowing organizations to ingest “outside” risk information and correlate this information in real time with data from “inside” their buildings. With over 20 years of experience in the EMC and Smart Security space, Everbridge now offers the most comprehensive end-to-end solution on the market to enable organizations to fulfill their duty of care to employees, traveling workers, visitors and other stakeholders.

“We continue to improve our ability to deliver critical situational awareness inside and outside of our customers’ walls and across both digital and physical domains,” said Ajay Nigam, Chief Product Officer at Everbridge. “The desire to unify security operations is universal for any organization that finds itself with too many systems or data to make better operational use of. Combining external threat intelligence with an organization’s internal security systems is as valuable to a large enterprise as it is to an airport, nuclear power plant, or even a city.

With the new integration, Global Security Operations Center (GSOC) operators will now be able to view more than 25,000 risk intelligence data feeds on the same pane of glass they use for their internal physical security management or facilities. Additionally, risk intelligence can also feed the workflow and orchestration engine to trigger device activations, including automatic extraction of relevant video streams or locking of badge access, doors and portals. When a nearby risk event is reported, GSOC operators can proactively monitor and validate the threat to their organization using their local systems, all from a unified platform.

“Customers today are demanding solutions that are inclusive and have an integrated approach to security. Therefore, companies are looking for solutions that can seamlessly combine various applications into a cohesive, networked and highly efficient system,” said Himanshu Garg, Industry Principal, Security, at Frost & Sullivan. “Everbridge’s innovative approach with its Control Center product enables companies to maintain operational control through a common operating picture while automating decision-making and compliance procedures to ensure the correct process is followed for a given situation.”

In addition to advances in its Smart Security solution, Everbridge also unveiled Snapshots of Resilience, part of the company’s Business Operations and People Resilience solutions, which help organizations understand the impact of operational disruptions as well as their response to these events. Everbridge Snapshots of Resilience leverages years of risk event history and location intelligence to assess risk in new operational areas, including:

  • Perform a site analysis of new facilities, infrastructure locations, or field locations to understand the risk profile of that area, including crime level, natural disasters, health and disease, and civil unrest

  • Understand the seasonality of events that could impact a business’ location as well as supply chain and transportation routes

  • Leverage this information to make more informed decisions about new operations and mitigation measures

Everbridge Snapshots of Resilience offers a deep dive into risk data to find patterns, trends and correlations of threats to better understand an organization’s risk profile and which disruptions are most likely to impact operations and people, helping to measure past performance and identify opportunities for improvement. Finally, Everbridge combines all of these risk factors into a Resilience Index, an easy-to-understand risk scoring methodology.

“We are excited to work with our customers to leverage our new resiliency insights,” said Eric Chetwynd, senior director of solutions marketing at Everbridge. “Our customers already see immense value in the solution. For example, some large entertainment companies use risk event data and location intelligence to understand crime rates or wildfire risk at potential film production sites, as well as potential liability. filming in these locations. We also provided information via a heat map to a large engineering company operating in Ukraine, so they could quickly assess the risk to these sites and determine if they wanted to evacuate personnel from the area. »

Everbridge will showcase its next-generation intelligent security integrations and Snapshots of Resilience at (GSX) 2022 taking place this week, September 12-14 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta. For more information, visit Everbridge booth #3743 at GSX.

More than 6,300 businesses, governments and healthcare organizations rely on Everbridge’s CEM platform to assess threats, monitor the well-being of their workforce, communicate warnings quickly, protect supply chains and accelerate analysis of their operational response. The Everbridge CEM platform leverages over 450 pre-existing, out-of-the-box technology integrations and over 25,000 sources of risk data, so organizations gain clarity, act faster, and improve business continuity and security employees before, during and after a crisis. .

About Everbridge

Everbridge, Inc. (NASDAQ: EVBG) is a global software company that provides enterprise software applications that automate and accelerate organizations’ operational response to critical events to keep people safe and organizations running™. During threats to public safety such as active fire situations, terrorist attacks, or extreme weather conditions, as well as critical business events, including computer outages, cyberattacks, product recalls, or supply chain disruptions. sourcing, more than 6,300 customers in 76 countries rely on the company’s critical service. Event management platform to quickly and reliably aggregate and assess threat data, locate people at risk and responders who can help, automate execution of predefined communication processes through secure delivery to more than 100 different communication modalities and track the progress of the execution of response plans. For more information, visit www.everbridge.com, read the company blog and follow Twitter and Facebook.

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