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8 months 1 day
Author: MarkAmann
United States Southern Command (USSOUTHCOM) hosted Integrated Advance 2017 (IA17) to exercise strategic communications and public affairs coordination at the federal, state and local government levels during a mass migration operation. Exercise planners also hoped to evaluate the ability of participants to gather and exchange data, knowledge and information in a way that enabled timely and informed decision making.
8 months 3 days
Author: MarkAmann
EMERGENCY RESPONDERS IN northern Texas watch as an imaginary crisis takes over their social media feeds. A mass shooting has broken out at a music festival, they learn, and a terrorist organization is taking credit. The shooters livestreamed the entire grisly scene, and news outlets are already picking up the story. Word of the tragedy spreads like a virus online, riddled with misinformation and panicked confusion. But they know these social media posts might also offer potential clues as to where the perpetrators might be hiding out and which victims might need help where.
1 year 3 weeks
Author: MarkAmann
Exercise planners needed a systematic and realistic way to deliver ground truth about an active shooter event to more than 2,500 participants spread across the 16-county region.
1 year 3 weeks
Author: MarkAmann
Innovation Technology Today Magazine, a national magazine showcasing the latest cutting edge, innovative technologies and those individuals driving the industry forward, invited Nusura's Emily Norcross to author an article about putting technology to use in the fight against terror online. Read the piece over at InnoTech Today.
3 years 1 month
Author: Jim Chesnutt
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The idea of realistic web-based social simulation for crisis training and exercises was a pipe dream just a few years ago until Nusura, Inc. created SimulationDeck.
5 years 1 week
Author: MarkAmann
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Albert Einstein once said: “The true sign of intelligence is not knowledge but imagination.” Who can argue with that, especially when it comes to technology? Imagining how technology can fill a void is necessary when it comes to conceiving a new device or system.
5 years 3 weeks
Author: Michelle McGowen
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Dr. Vanderwagen has had extensive experience in disaster preparedness, response and recovery having been the lead federal health official in response to Hurricanes Katrina, Rita, Ike and Gustav to name just a few.
5 years 1 month
Author: MarkAmann
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Chris is a wonderful camerman, editor and video producer, and an all around great guy. He worked as part of the mock media crew for Indiana Department of Homeland Security's "Without Warning" exercise.

5 years 3 months
Author: Jim Chesnutt
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As the anniversary of Hurricane Katrina approached, I began to wonder if the truth about New Orleans residents shooting at rescuers and helicopters had ever really been told. A quick Google search turned up some old stories related to Associated Press accounts of residents shooting at helicopters, but nothing matched exactly what I saw and heard when I was there.
5 years 11 months
Author: Jim Chesnutt
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For many firms in the emergency management industry, 2011 was a bitter brew. Shrinking local, state and federal spending, increasing competition for even small projects, and rising costs for doing business all resulted in declining profits, layoffs and stagnating salaries for employees.

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