Weather patterns all over the world are shifting. Severe weather events are becoming more extreme, more common, and often, are completely unforeseen.
What can you do? Be prepared.
Knowing what to do during a disaster could save your life.

The Water is Rising

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Smoke in the Air

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Today’s secret non-plan for communication in a catastrophe

Avi Schnurr, CEO and President at Electric Infrastructure Security Council Ok, here’s the (apparently seriously tough) tricky question: Do we want to be able to survive and recover if a really, really bad thing happens — massive cyber or EMP attack (e.g., Russia? North Korea?), COVID++, extreme solar storm, megaquake, etc. — that shuts down […]

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IT IS 100 SECONDS TO MIDNIGHT

Scott Blevins, Technical Director for communications systems EIS Council January 2022, the Science and Security Board of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists once again set the Doomsday Clock to 100 seconds to midnight, the nearest the hands of the Doomsday clock, designed to predict how close humanity is to apocalyptic annihilation, have ever been […]

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Water = Communication.

John Organek, Water Sector Coordinator at Electric Infrastructructure Security Council Water is vital to sustaining life, and electricity and communications are vital to sustaining water. The three infrastructures are highly interdependent and a similar value assessment can be made from the perspective of each of them on their role in sustaining societies. But let’s focus […]

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