COVID. The global energy crisis. Expanding weather disasters. Species die-off. War. Near grid-scale power outages. The 2022 international food crisis. Global hyperinflation. Our civilization is facing serious, growing, systemic challenges to the fragile network of tightly interdependent infrastructures, resources and supply chains that sustain our communities and our lives. And unfortunately, more extreme threats are waiting in the wings: “Black Sky hazards,” from a Carrington-class solar storm to megaquakes to extreme cyber-attacks, EMP and focused grid attacks. What can be done?

Critical, Civilization-scale Black Sky-Class Resilience Tools and Capabilities

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All-hazard, grid-independent, fully interoperable voice and data emergency communication system with unlimited scalability.

Built using technology from the world’s most advanced military comm systems, BSX is now in early deployment in the utility sector in the United States and Israel.

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BSX: All-Hazard Emergency Communication System


A state of the art situational awareness and decisions support operating system for conventional and extreme crisis scenarios.

  • Designed to operate through functional integration of interdependent infrastructures and supply chain systems, without requiring proprietary data sharing
  • Structured to provide AI-guided decision support for decision makers in all sectors
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GINOM: Situational Awareness and Decision
Support Operating System


CPIC ® – A collaborative supply chain security certification process: EIS Council hosts periodic webinars and cybersecurity events building a growing community of interest to explore this important initiative.

SCURe – The Supply Chain User Resilience Consortium: Hosting global, all-sector collaboration for supply chain security certification and diversification. A multi-national, multi-sector supply chain diversification process designed to assure wide vendor access to all markets

CPIC-SCURe: Supply Chain Security

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Securing the world’s future