IT Alerting Center

In this recorded webinar, IT alerting expert Jeff Trask describes how to create a comprehensive alerting center that addresses all possible threats facing an organization.

Are Cyber Threats And Emergencies Separate Parts Of Your Alerting Strategy? Why You Need A Centralized Crisis Management Center

Cyber threats are steadily increasing in both frequency and severity. Today, cyber attacks can cripple your company, so your entire organization must be ready.

Strong firewalls are not enough to keep your organization safe. To truly be prepared, you need a comprehensive cybersecurity plan and a centralized crisis management center.

In this recorded webinar, emergency preparedness expert Jeff Trask takes a detailed look at IT alerting and how it fits into your overall crisis communication strategy.

During this 60-minute session, you’ll learn:

  • One of the biggest threats that organizations are missing in their threat assessment
  • Why creating one comprehensive alerting center is the best way to protect your company
  • How to bring together all alerting functions into one company-wide function
  • How to use your ENS to provide alerting for cyber threats and service outages

Webinar Details

  • Recording Date: June 7, 2018
  • Speaker: Jeff Trask


Jeff Trask


Jeff Trask is an experienced emergency management and business continuity professional, formerly in charge of IT incident management for a Fortune 500 company.

He has worked with organizations to implement emergency preparedness and business continuity plans for more than 10 years, with experience in the financial, government and academic sectors. He has held leadership roles in government, academia, private sector and non-profit organizations.

He is a national Certified Emergency Manager through the International Association of Emergency Managers and Master Continuity Practitioner through the Federal Emergency Management Agency. He is a FEMA certified instructor and holds instructor certificates in many emergency management related topics.