How do You notify your personnel when critical events strike you?
Home→BlogWhen an incident has occurred, there are several ways to notify your team, coworkers, and stakeholders. This blog article will give you an overview of some of the most common methods, along with the pros and cons.The easier, the better, and this is what RAYVN does so well with the
The fight against cyber-threats – How to handle increased risks levels
Home→BlogThe IT infrastructure of your business should be tested regularly. Potential threats, proper solutions, and responses are part of a rapidly changing world that you always need to keep up with. What you knew last week may not be enough to get you through today. Speaking from our security professionals,
Cyberangrep – det nye trusselbildet
Home→BlogDerfor må fagfolk ha en plan for krisehåndtering for å sikre seg bedre forståelse og raskere respons på kritiske hendelser i energisektoren. Ut fra våre sikkerhetserfaringer, kan du risikere datatyveri, økonomisk tap og skade på omdømmet ditt, dersom bedriften din ikke er forberedt. Du må derfor holde deg oppdatert på
5 Tips & Tricks to Improve Your Next Emergency Exercise
Home→BlogMany Post-incident assessments and reviews prove that knowledge gained during emergency exercises was the best way to prepare teams to respond effectively to critical events. Emergency exercises such as tabletop exercises (TTX) should engage teams and stakeholders in managing and responding to a Simulation Exercise (SimEx) that simulates a real-life
ISO 22329:2021 – a new standard for using social media in emergencies
Home→BlogEffective communication among organizations and key stakeholders is essential for crisis management. The evolution of social media and other traditional media such as television, radio, and newspapers have provided more communication options and improved information exchange capacity. Yet, it has opened the door for some unthoughtful challenges.Recently, ISO has released
RAYVN adds support for audio and video conferencing in Critical Event Management Platform
Home→BlogToday, the challenge of many organizations is represented by the urgent need for a simple way to offer effective crisis management while delivering real-time communication. This inspires RAYVN to pioneer the critical event management space to be the first critical event management platform that integrates audio and video calls in
Meet Our Customer Support Team: “We Will Always Go Extra Mile for Our Customers”
Home→BlogIn this article, we highlight the crucial role of RAYVN’s Customer Support team. This team is devoted to helping RAYVN users and customers with technical problems. We spoke to Didrik Wasson, Fredrik Von Sclanbusch, and Karen Masseide to take a closer look into their mission to improve customer satisfaction. What
Keys for Bringing Resilience Back to Maritime Supply Chain
Home→BlogAs the world is still fighting the ongoing health and economic implications of COVID-19 and its mutation, supply chains are finding themselves trapped with unique challenges of their own. What should the shipmasters and ship owners do to keep their supply chains running while facing critical events including COVID-19?Based on
Ransomware warning: Hackers see holidays as the best time to attack!
Home→BlogCyberattacks are restless. With the holiday season approaching, the joy of this season is wrapped up with potential cybersecurity hazards threatening businesses. Global security authorities express their fears of increasing possible cyberattacks while Businesses are closed for the holiday season. Unsupervised IT networks and systems during the holidays are shown
Collaboration in RAYVN: How can a digital tool benefit collaboration and information sharing?
Home→BlogErik Skaara, RAYVN’s Chief Business development Officer, presented “collaboration in RAYVN: How can a digital tool benefit collaboration and information sharing?” at the Beredskapskonferansen, Norway, on December the 1st, 2021. Skaara’s presentation discussed how difficult it is to exchange information across established lines and maintain a shared situational awareness between