BlackBerry AtHoc's Secure Crisis Communication Platform is used by organizations around the globe to ensure the safety and security of their personnel and assets. Organizations that range in size from a few hundred to thousands of people and containing one to dozens of locations put their trust BlackBerry AtHoc on a daily basis.
With 2.80 billion global social media users in 2017 and news cycles that seem to be instant it is critical to keep your people up to date on any incident, big or small, with accurate and timely information. The volume and frequency of false information around major events is rising, in 2016 64% of U.S. adults claimed fabricated news stories cause a great deal of confusion about basic facts of current issues and events.
A trusted channel to receive accurate information and a platform that allows users to share updates with their operator are critical when it comes to a modern day crisis communication platform.
Another element crisis communication platforms need to tackle is the security and safety of personally identifiable information. As the only crisis communication platform with FedRAMP Authority to Operate, BlackBerry AtHoc Customers can be confident their information is secure within the BlackBerry Cloud. In addition to the secure cloud offering BlackBerry AtHoc Platform can also be implemented on premise.
Customers deploy the BlackBerry solution in a variety of ways depending on:
- The type of environment such as military bases, industrial factories, corporate headquarters, hospitals, transportation hubs
- Types of safety equipment already invested in: Giant Voice, walkie-talkies, mobile phones, fire panels, etc.
- The size of their organizations and geographical distribution of locations
BlackBerry AtHoc customers include military bases, federal and local government offices, hospitals, international ports, train stations, large enterprise headquarters, major universities and more. The BlackBerry AtHoc product has been deployed for major natural disasters, large scale man made crisis events, cyber-attacks, and countless other scenarios. The case studies in our library aim to demonstrate the breath of opportunities organizations can explore with BlackBerry AtHoc's Crisis Communication Software.