Interconnected and Interdependent Critical Infrastructure: Shared risk means building in shared responsibility
In today’s globally interconnected world our critical infrastructure face an array of risks when it comes to cybersecurity. Creating a data breach response plan helps manage risk and decrease severity of breaches.
By educating America’s youth about disaster preparedness, we can empower them with knowledge and skills to lessen their anxieties pre-disaster and build their confidence in contributing to their family and community’s emergency preparedness.
If the foundation of preparedness is a planning or a plan, the centerpiece of preparedness is the disaster supply kit. A kit that includes basic essentials and is specifically catered to you and your family’s needs will significantly ease the burdens of an emergency and its aftermath.
With the proper planning, individuals, and families can increase their personal resiliency against disasters and other emergencies.
Louisiana and the Gulf Coast are once again in the crosshairs of a hurricane as we observe the 16th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. Our thoughts and prayers are with the people and communities of Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas, and others inland who might be impacted by Hurricane Ida over the next several days.
In a world dominated by social media, the failure to send or receive a message instantaneously can seem like a matter of life or death. But when faced with an actual disaster or crisis, reaching your target audience at a moment’s notice can significantly impact your ability to save lives.
An interview with Luis Monterrubio, IEM Puerto Rico’s Geospatial Programs Lead.
We are quickly approaching the first 90 days since the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) was signed into law to provide access to critical emergency funding following the COVID-19 pandemic. Millions of Americans lost their jobs at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, and many continue to struggle to find gainful employment today or catch-up on delinquent bills. The ARPA offers funding to state, local, tribal and territorial (SLTT) governments to help restore economies and support communities that continue to recover from the impacts of COVID-19.