Matt Schmid, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Everbridge

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Thursday, August 18, 2022 | 1:00 PM ET
With active shooter incidents on the rise, smart technologies can provide ongoing awareness to situational threats and can activate automated emergency response plans when danger appears.

For most organizations, the process of managing a critical event is very manual, disjointed, siloed and takes a significantly long time to work through. The more time that passes, the greater the impact to your people, your assets and business operations and fewer options that might be available to you in your response.

Part one of our three-part webinar series explored the human factors behind active shooter threats. Part two will go into depth on how technology can assist in assessing the severity of an incident, locating the key stakeholders, managing the response, and analyzing/improving processes. Speaker, Matt Schmid, Sr. Solutions Marketing Manager at Everbridge, will discuss:

• How technology can extend people’s capabilities to be part of the solution in mitigating harm during active shooter threats
• What the “Assess, Locate, Act, and Analyze” model is and how it’s proven successful during active shooter incidents
• The lifecycle of a critical event like an active shooter threat – from planning/prevention to post-action improvements


Make sure to register and watch part one of this webinar series. Then, take a look at part three and sign up today.


About the speaker

Matt Schmid is Sr. Manager Product Marketing at Everbridge, focusing on both the Business Operations and People Resilience solution areas. Joining Everbridge in 2020, Matt’s career spans several industries including SaaS solutions, market measurement, healthcare, and manufacturing. Matt’s role at Everbridge includes educating business leaders on protecting employees while proactively shielding business from risk. Matt holds a BS from Illinois State University and an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University.

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