Everbridge’s Best Resilience Study measures organizational risk readiness as more global brands achieve coveted certification

Burlington, Mass.–(business wire) –Everbridge, Inc. (NASDAQ:EVBG), the global leader in critical event management (CEM) and national public alerting software solutions, today announced the findings of its first annual best in flexibilitytm The study, which is designed to measure the operational readiness of government organizations and multi-national businesses to manage critical events before, during and after them occurs. A “resilient” organization assures that employees, assets, resources and communities are protected from risks including natural disasters, man-made hazards, digital downtime, supply chain interruptions, and everything in between.

The Everbridge Best in Resilience Certification Program provides a unique standard framework for assessing an organization’s overall resilience, leveraging 20 years of professional services in more than 150 countries to assess resilience facing businesses and government agencies. Provides an end-to-end methodology for important events.

The study’s respondents were asked a series of questions about the preparedness of their organizations to face disruptive events. A sample of the results of the companies that achieved best in flexibility Certification status includes:

  • 98% feel optimistic about building resilience against future critical events

  • 84% can notify affected/potentially affected parties in less than 10 minutes

  • 84% regularly assess risk events and determine their impact less than 15 minutes after learning about the event

  • 68% can protect the majority of employees in less than 30 minutes

  • 61% use dynamic location information to identify risks to people and target communications to them

  • Respondents are most concerned about cyber threats (84.1%), physical attacks (84.1%), and severe weather (81.8%).

  • Respondents take action through training (97.7%), tabletop practice (90.9%), and software deployment/usage (81.8%)

More and more enterprises are participating in the Best in Resilience™ certification program, most recently including the healthcare company Humana. They join the ranks of companies such as Goldman Sachs, Dow, Discover, Takeda, NBCUniversal, Lincoln Financial Group, Medtronic, Johnson Controls, American Family Insurance and Siemens that meet rigorous formal standards to become Best in Resilience™ certified. We do.

“Siemens is a company that operates in every corner of the world,” said Gerald Ulmer, Head of Strategy and Digital Transformation, Siemens AG, “Corporate security is protecting Siemens and helping to unlock and grow commercial opportunities. In this regard, continued reflection on the path to resilience is critical. Programs such as Best in Resilience are an excellent opportunity for such reflections are important and inclusive, provide tremendous insight and learning, and above all, provide clues and recommendations for direct implementation and improvement.”

Adds Brad Abelt, GSOC and Security Operations Manager here johnson control“Best in Resilience is a great benchmarking tool to see how our organization stacks up against others and provides opportunities for us to improve.”

Aaron Van Gieson, Senior Continuity and Program Manager medtronicAgreed, “The Best Resilience Program provides credible recognition of the efforts we make to protect our people, operations and reputation.”

The Best in Resilience™ certification program also helps ensure that public organizations and governments such as the state of Oregon and the country of Iceland are best equipped to anticipate and manage critical events.

“We have made tremendous progress in coordinating with respondents and delivering location-based alerts,” said Tomas Gislason, Deputy CEO 112 Iceland, which coordinates emergency preparedness and response for the Nordic country. “The evaluation process confirmed our achievements and provided further opportunities for improvement.”

Becoming Best in Certified allows organizations to benchmark their performance against industry peers, including areas of strength and opportunities for improvement; Flexibility to improve planning, budgeting and resource allocation; Demonstrate a commitment to a duty of care, building trust among employees, partners and customers; and recruiting and retaining top talent; among other benefits.

Vernon Irwin, Executive Vice President and Chief Revenue Officer of Everbridge, said, “Everbridge congratulates all of our Best Resilience™ certified customers for demonstrating the kind of resilience leadership that can serve as a model for other forward-thinking organizations. works in.” “With critical events growing around the world, operational flexibility represents a way to thrive in the midst of uncertain times, and our methodology provides the industry’s first standardized way to measure and drive digital transformation.”

The Everbridge Best in Resilience™ Advisory Council Summer Meeting virtually took place on July 13th, Certified organizations discuss best practices for crisis communications, situational awareness and business continuity.

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 critical business events including public safety threats such as active shooter situations, terrorist attacks or severe weather conditions, as well as IT outages, cyberattacks, product recalls or supply-chain interruptions, more than 6,200 customers in 76 countries are critical of the company’s rely on. Event management platform to quickly and reliably collect and assess threat data, locating and assisting responders at risk, pre-defined through secure delivery of over 100 different communication modalities Automates the execution of communication processes, and tracks progress on implementing response plans. , For more information, visit www.everbridge.com, read the company’s blog, and follow Twitter and Facebook.

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