Planning, collaboration and exercises are three key words for emergency managers working at an airport.
Stories about how to create effective emergency preparedness and crisis management from us, our partners and our clients.
A productive way of getting ready for a possible crisis is to consider what scenarios might occur in your field of work.
How aviation saves time and handles situations quickly.
Most businesses are exposed to risk and there may be significant challenges ahead. Here are four reasons why you should have a crisis plan.
27 % of Norwegian organizations experienced undesirable security incidents in 2016. 4 out of 10 cyber incidents led to loss in production, but most of the participants were unable to give accurate numbers regarding the costs of the attacks.
IT-systems and information are becoming increasingly valuable assets in most businesses. As these assets become more valuable to you, it is likely they also become increasingly valuable to outsiders and criminals. Access to information and systems may be just as valuable and accessible to criminals today as picking pockets were 50 years ago.
Semac has extensive experience with the use and adaptation of various types of electronic crisis support tools. For us, it is important that the tool can be used on both mobile phone, tablet or PC and that we can adapt the system to the organization / customer who will use it.
The number of cyber-attacks are increasing. In 2016 The Norwegian National Cyber Centre (NorCERT) registered 22.000 cyber-attacks towards critical public and private institutions. In Sweden, FRA (Försvarets radioanstalt) report that there are approximately 100.000 attacks yearly.
Strong growth in air traffic requires increasingly controlled processes for aviation safety.
Building a Business Contingency Plan (BCP) often becomes an overwhelming task combined with a touch of stress an uncertainty. Where to start? What is the end state? How do you move forward?
Here you have a simple and straight-forward way of how to start and get the BCP done!