An international collaborative partnership with BlackBerry has enabled Melbourne based Crisis Shield to build a robust crisis management solution utilising BlackBerry’s AtHoc crisis communications software.
Allan Briggs director of Melbourne based Crisis Communication Consultancy ‘Crisis Shield’
recently delivered a keynote speech at the BlackBerry Security Summit on 24 October 2017 in London.
As part of the presentation, Allan spoke about the launch of the Melbourne Shield project which enables the swift and secure sharing of essential information to manage an unfolding crisis between organisations.
Successfully launched in Melbourne, Crisis Shield are replicating the success of the Shield project in other global cities.
Traditional leaders of crisis management the USA, are now looking toward Allan and his team to share their Crisis Management Methodology with students at Chicago’s Northwestern University.
Allan Briggs director of Crisis Shield says “BlackBerry’s secure crisis communications software was a logical addition to our Crisis Management Methodology. Organisations worldwide are now actively seeking preventative methods and skills to protect their staff and assets”.
BlackBerry and Crisis Shield’s partnership is enabling effective management of global crisis issues, creating a safer world.
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