Brian Toolan. Sr. Director of Public Sector Strategies, EverbridgeDownload Now!
The threats to public safety are more numerous. The responses are more complex. Your capabilities to assess threats, locate those affected, act to protect lives and property, and analyze performance must expand to fulfill expectations and compliance around public safety.
Everbridge is at the forefront of this evolution. We invented the concept of Critical Event Management to modernize the categories of public and employee safety. That mission has led us to rapidly acquire various companies and incorporate them into our software for safety offering. This webinar will help you understand how Everbridge is evolving, what new capabilities we are incorporating into our system, and how this can help you achieve your safety goals.
Attend The New Safety Toolkit to understand new ways Everbridge can help you:
- Reach more residents with safety communications
- Manage security systems in government buildings
- Improve employee engagement for safety, cybersecurity, and other goals
- Comply with new E911 mandates
- Improve cybersecurity and IT incident response
About the speaker
Brian Toolan joined the Everbridge family in April 2016 as the Technical Account Manager for the AlertFlorida Statewide notification system, and currently serves as the Director of Government Strategy. Brian came to Everbridge after completing a 24-year career in public safety with the State of Connecticut. Brian served as the program manager for the Urban Search and Rescue Task Force where he gained valuable experiencing utilizing the Everbridge platform as a customer.
Brian was also the Operations Chief for the State Emergency Operations Center and served the State during historic blizzards, hurricanes, floods, the largest natural gas power plant explosion in the US and other natural and man-made disasters. While serving as the TAM in Florida, Brian has assisted the State Division of Emergency Management in the Florida Emergency Operations Center during Hurricane Matthew and Hurricane Irma.