03 July 2006

Crisis, Command and Control Training in Large Global Enterprises...

1SecureAudit Launches Operational Risk Solution for Crisis, Command and Control Training in Large Global Enterprises

Lessons learned from large-scale disasters and new blended threats require an adaptive Incident Command System (ICS) for training executives; crisis managers and emergency operations center staff

1SecureAudit, an emerging leader in Operational Risk Management Solutions for the Financial and Healthcare Services Sectors, and its strategic partner Innovative Management Concepts (IMC), today announced an Internet Web-Services Solution designed for an organizations executives and crisis staff to better prepare for wide area emergencies and global incidents.

“The challenges and concepts of network-centric warfare (NCW) are now being applied to post 9/11 scenarios as CxO’s, Incident Commanders and Emergency Operations Centers (EOC) are learning new standards and skills to be more resilient in a new “All-Hazards” worldview,” said Peter L. Higgins, Managing Director of 1SecureAudit.

The 1SecureAudit Crisis, Command & Control Training Management System (C3TMS) powered by IMC is a Network-Centric Web Services solution. It was designed and is currently deployed for Command and Control (C2) rehearsals in the US Air Force.

The US National Incident Management System (NIMS) is applicable across a full spectrum of potential commercial incidents and hazard scenarios, regardless of size or complexity. Clients will utilize C3TMS to make rehearsals more practical, less time consuming and at a significantly lower cost to produce. This means more exercises and tests in a safe and secure setting. It provides the continuity of operations team with real-time, realistic scenario simulations configured “On-The-Fly” to provide executives with the assurance to carry out their crisis missions with confidence and clarity.

1SecureAudit Crisis, Command & Control Training Management System is available immediately for organizations that require compliance with new regulatory and legal standards for business resiliency, emergency preparedness and continuity of operations planning.

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