Executive Summary

Integrated Risk Management (IRM) defines the tools and processes that organizations leverage to obtain a holistic view of their risk exposure. It plays a critical role in helping achieve operational resilience.

The risk practices of yesterday are inadequate for the businesses of today. As operations become increasingly global and the pressures of proactive risk management are mounting from both a formal regulatory as well as an informal reputation stand- point manual efforts or a robust insurance policy are insufficient. Comprehensive workflows and policies supported by Digital technology must be put in place so risk professionals can make the right decisions at the right times.

External operational risks, such as natural and man made hazards are not only some of the most devastating risks but also some of the most difficult to manage. The two industry leading solutions that address these risks are DisasterAware Enterprise (DAE) and Everbridge’s Virtual Command Center (VCC). Both offer critical insights that support business continuity programs, however, whereas VCC has to be bundled with other Everbridge products as part of its Critical Event Management platform, DAE is an open solution that can be integrated into existing risk management frameworks.

One Pagers

Global Risk Intelligence Platform

Is your business prepared? Preparing is half the battle in resilience.

Solution for Wildfire

Tame the risks posed by wildfires and keep your assets safe with DisasterAWARE Enterprise™

Solution for Tropical Storm

In today’s global economy, natural disasters and man-made hazards constantly threaten the safety of your staff and disrupt your business operations.

Solution for Covid19

Around the world, the Coronavirus pandemic is profoundly impacting health, business, and life as we know it.

Solution for Flood

Every year, floods wreak havoc on businesses. In the U.S. alone, 90% of disasters involved flooding, causing over $54 billion in damage annually.

The State of Situational Risk Intelligence

The Importance of Digital Risk Tools in the Modern Risk Management Era


DisasterAWARE Enterprise™ Capabilities

General (3:52)

Explore the overall capabilitiesof DisasterAWARE Enterprise™ and the basic concepts behind its powerful visualization engine.

Storms (4:14)

Recent years have seen a sudden rise in violent storms as ocean temperatures rise. DisasterAWARE Enterprise™ allows you to track storm movements in near real-time as well as predicting likely trajectory.

Earthquakes and Tsunamis (4:09)

Early understanding the impact of earthquakes and tsunamis on your business can provide vital time to establish alternative sources for key components or materials. DisasterAWARE Enterprise™ provides this information as events unfold.

Historic Storm Tracks (2:06)

Some areas are much more prone to storms than others. Historic storm tracks can help identify risk areas in your property or supply chain.

Deep Insight (3:36)

Based on two decades of research into natural hazards, DisasterAWARE Enterprise™ provides great depth of data, both historic and predictive, about the many hazards faced by global businesses.

Situational Awareness (3:51)

Knowing what is happening on the ground during an incident is vital to ensuring staff safety. Extensive, government-grade reportings is available within DisasterAWARE Enterprise™, bringing the same level of information available to first responders to commercial organisations for the first time.

Product Overview

Get the latest information from the CDC about COVID-19.

Around the world, the Coronavirus pandemic is having a profound impact on health, business, and life as we know it.

With employee safety, business continuity, and supply chain all at risk, is your business prepared to respond?

Is your company prepared for the worst? When disaster strikes, preparation is the best protection.

In today’s climate, severe weather events are an inevitability. Your company needs to know before-hand what’s coming, and where it will hit in order to properly prepare.
If not, millions of dollars of assets and revenue could be lost, or even worse... lives.

Preparing for a natural disaster is half the battle in resilience.

Global Disasters in Numbers
- 282 Natural Disasters in 2018
- 177 Billion US$ Global Economic Cost in 2018
- Extreme Weather Hit 60 Million People in 2018
- Only about 50% of losses were covered by insurance in 2018

Case Studies

DisasterAWARE Enterprise™ Capabilities

Crystal Egger, Certified Meteorologist

Crystal Egger Meterologist using DisasterAWARE Enterprise on daily basis to serve global business customers.

Citrix & DisasterAWARE Enterprise™

Citrix is using DisasterAWARE Enterprise™ to prepare and protect its business and human assets worldwide.

Bookmarks (2:39)

Citrix Use Case: Setting up personalized data layers and bookmarks in DisasterAWARE Enterprise™ risk intelligence platform.

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