Networked Crisis Communication for Critical Events
BlackBerry AtHoc helps to protect life and property by connecting people, devices and external entities in times of crisis. It exceeds industry and US government requirements including NIST SP800, and it’s a FedRAMP Authorized crisis communication service. AtHoc is also General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) compliant.
BlackBerry AtHoc Account enables real time visibility into personnel location and status for effective crisis management. It empowers commanders to determine which personnel are safe and which need immediate response.
BlackBerry AtHoc Connect helps enable shared situational awareness with HQ or across networked organizations bridging all government and commercial entities and strengthening coordination when every second counts. It helps meet specific government requirements outlined in H.R.615.
Agency-Wide Mass Communication
Communicate via all channels (telephone, smartphone, networked computers, mobile devices), to contact personnel across the entire organization. Alerts may also be sent using this emergency notification system to sirens, radios, fire panels, radio and TV systems, digital displays and similar mass communication devices.
Public Safety Warnings
Get the message out consistently with mass notifications across both public broadcasts and personal communications such as email, phone and mobile devices. BlackBerry AtHoc allows agencies to share authoritative information with the public in real time during crises and to integrate with FEMA's IPAWS to reach the public via CMAS/WEA, EAS and NOAA HazCollect (in the US).
When you’re running an event as complex as the G7 Summit, nothing ever goes exactly as planned. Anything can happen. BlackBerry AtHoc helps ensure that no matter what issues we encounter, we’re ready to address them quickly and efficiently.
Michel Bouvier, Chief of Operations, Summit Integrated Command Center, Global Affairs Canada’s Summits Management Office
AtHoc provides us with cost-effective ways to facilitate and enhance the safety and security of any community.
Maxim Zakurdaev, Enterprise Architect and Technical Product Management, Canada House of Commons