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Disaster Zone

Disaster Zone Blog by Eric Holdeman
An atmospheric river!
Becoming prepared for the next threat.
This is the wrong record to be breaking!
Lots of issues with 12 feet of snow in California.
Many a crisis has gotten worse due to the public relations response.
Rightly or wrongly, they must carry the burden.
Close calls, but no major crashes.
What progressive states are doing with the technology.
City manager asks for emergency declaration.
Which will it be: a boon to how we interact with technology or technology run amuck?
Deciding where to rent or buy based on disasters and crime.
A different approach to training teams on cybersecurity.
Did this happen in Kentucky?
There is an elegant solution that will likely never be employed.
If you think the roads are more congested, you are right!
A first responder dream machine.
How one state is organized and functions.
Too many requests for the number of agents.
We are only seeing the tip of the iceberg.
No one else will do it for you!
Hurricane Otis is the latest example.
The number of people killed and wounded drove the coverage.
Brandon Wales, executive director, Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA).
Don’t ignore this important aspect of the profession.
I’ve never seen three before.
Other “systems” are needed to manage the border.
Less time to prepare for the coming storm.
Electric-powered trucks are part of the equation.
One of the best jobs in emergency management.
Certainly not an expected outcome from the flooding.