- Everbridge expands its market-leading risk intelligence offering to over 25,000 data sources, helping businesses, governments, and healthcare organizations correlate the things they care about (employees, citizens, facilities, supply chain, IT infrastructure) with real-time risks, in order to mitigate impact and accelerate response
- By adding AP breaking and geopolitical news into its Critical Event Management platform, Everbridge provides its customers with enhanced contextualization of risk data leveraging the reporting, speed and deep expertise of AP journalists in 250 locations worldwide
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Everbridge Teams with The Associated Press (AP) to Integrate Global News Reports into Market-Leading Critical Event Management (CEM) Platform (Graphic: Business Wire)
Through machine learning and AI-enabled incident collection, Everbridge combines more than 25,000 of the most trustworthy data sources with an experienced team of analysts, creating the industry’s leading source of verified data and hyper local threat intelligence.
An independent global news organization with journalists in 250 locations in 100 countries, AP journalism is seen by more than half the world’s population each day through text stories, photos, videos, and live video coverage. For more than 175 years, AP journalists have kept the world informed of the biggest stories – from the COVID-19 pandemic to presidential elections to natural disasters.
Sourcing information from AP will allow Everbridge to provide enterprises and governments with one of the world’s top news feeds, curated along with thousands of additional risk sources. Leveraging comprehensive risk intelligence and contextualized situational analysis remains critical to how organizations effectively achieve enterprise resilience across digital and physical domains.
“We are excited to work with Everbridge to further expand the impact of AP’s geopolitical news coverage and broaden the number of organizations benefiting from the expertise of AP’s on-the-ground journalists around the world,” said
Everbridge curates threat intelligence from risk data feeds monitoring weather, wildfires, floods, supply chain disruptions, man-made violence, terror threats and cyberattacks, among hundreds of other categories. Everbridge’s comprehensive, configurable risk monitoring capabilities deliver actionable information that helps reduce risk wherever people live, work, or travel. This intelligence helps to correlate, for example, the proximity of corporate assets to potential locations that may be subject to elevated risk. Risk visibility allows corporate security teams to easily determine required additional action to protect employees and assets around the world.
“Regarded as a top source for news from all corners of the world, AP provides extensive contextual content on real-time world events,” said
Everbridge’s end-to-end CEM platform digitally transforms how organizations manage and respond to critical events, helping organizations safeguard and enable revenue while reducing expenses. CEM can be deployed rapidly on a modular basis supporting hundreds of positive-ROI use cases including for people and life safety, operations and business continuity, supply chain risk, IoT and the smart enterprise, and IT incidents.
Everbridge customers include some of the largest firms and leaders in their respective industries including Fortune 1000 businesses such as Bristol Myers Squibb, Cisco, CVS Health, Goldman Sachs, Lowe’s, Tiffany & Co., chemical giant Dow, telecom consumer electronics company Nokia, as well as some of Silicon Valley’s leading tech giants, global e-commerce firms, oil and natural gas providers, hotel and hospitality chains, automotive, aerospace and defense technology, air travel, and major car rental firms.
Customers can also utilize Everbridge to share intelligence with other organizations and to coordinate response through the CEM platform, either publicly or privately. Everbridge’s support teams have established a multitude of private networks among law enforcement, hospitals, airports, universities and enterprises around the world so they can share critical event-related updates.
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