As Hurricane Otis threatens business continuity and heightens disaster risk across Mexico, security operations teams and GSOCs are leveraging DisasterAWARE Enterprise's disaster intelligence capabilities for enhanced disaster risk management.Read article
As Hurricane Otis threatens business continuity and heightens disaster risk across Mexico, security operations teams and GSOCs are leveraging DisasterAWARE Enterprise's disaster intelligence capabilities for enhanced disaster risk management.
DisasterAWARE Enterprise integrates real-time meteorological, geospatial, and infrastructure data to provide actionable disaster risk intelligence on unfolding catastrophes like Hurricane Otis. This intelligence powers data-driven decisions to effectively mitigate risk and ensure operational resilience throughout the disaster lifecycle, from preparation to response to recovery.
For security operations and GSOC teams, DisasterAWARE Enterprise delivers mission-critical visibility into evolving hurricane hazards to inform timely response plans and continuity strategies. By continuously monitoring Otis’ track, intensity forecasts, and rainfall projections, DisasterAWARE Enterprise enables teams to make proactive decisions to safeguard facilities, supply chains, digital infrastructure, and business processes.
With Otis poised to impact over 1,280 people and $44 million in assets, DisasterAWARE Enterprise allows security teams to pinpoint the facilities and infrastructure at highest risk based on the hurricane’s projected path and flooding potential. Users can run scenarios for various hurricane impact zones to strategize the most effective continuity plans, staffing allocation, and resource pre-positioning.
DisasterAWARE Enterprise also optimizes wide-scale evacuation planning by leveraging disaster risk intelligence to delineate high-risk zones in need of priority evacuation. This analysis provides actionable insights to strategically sequence evacuation movements, muster transportation assets, and coordinate shelter destinations to safely evacuate personnel. For supply chain continuity, DisasterAWARE Enterprise combines real-time storm monitoring with logistics analytics to identify where critical supplies, equipment and personnel will be most urgently needed to sustain security operations through the hurricane’s passage.
Post-hurricane, DisasterAWARE Enterprise empowers resilient recovery by providing impact assessments to rapidly quantify damages, forecast economic loss scenarios, and pinpoint rebuilding priorities. Its insured loss modeling delivers robust claims estimates across portfolios while guiding the allocation of claims adjusters. By providing a common operating picture, DisasterAWARE Enterprise facilitates the coordinated restoration of facilities, supply chains, and security capabilities to support overall business continuity.
With climate change intensifying hurricane threats worldwide, leading resilient organizations are leveraging DisasterAWARE Enterprise’s robust disaster intelligence and risk analytics capabilities as a core component of their continuity framework. By integrating DisasterAWARE Enterprise into emergency response and crisis management plans, security teams and GSOCs gain an information advantage to better anticipate, prepare for, and adapt to the next major storm. Disaster intelligence informs proactive risk mitigation before disaster strikes, accelerates informed response when a storm hits, and empowers resilient recovery in the aftermath.