Leading Emergency Preparedness Mobile App In Case of Crisis Expands Focus on Enterprise Marketplace

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Enhanced Solution Offers Enterprise-Class Security and Integration Features to Ensure a Safer Workplace for Employees and the Survivability of the Business

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It's clear that solutions leveraging smartphone technology will be critical to helping businesses empower their full employee base and survive unpredictable crises on a local and global level - In Case of Crisis General Manager Christopher Britton

Based on growing market demand and pressure on enterprises to establish more effective ways to provide employees mobile access to emergency response procedures, IBA’s In Case of Crisis today announced its expanded focus on enterprises with a new release of its emergency preparedness mobile solution. Significant enterprise-class enhancements include the successful completion of third-party penetration testing, LDAP user group import and integration services, as well as increased usability and two-way communication capabilities.

Empowering organizations and their employees with actionable plans for handling crisis situations, In Case of Crisis helps companies create safer workplaces by offering easy access to actionable emergency procedures via the app available on iOS, Android and Kindle Fire platforms.

“As corporations of all shapes and sizes are facing real pressures to make their workplaces safer and maintain the survivability of the business during a crisis, the In Case of Crisis team continues to innovate our mobile emergency management solution with the very best in security features while continuing to expand the functionality,” said Christopher Britton, General Manager, IBA’s In Case of Crisis. “It is clear that solutions leveraging smartphone technology will be critical to helping businesses empower their full employee base and survive unpredictable crises on a local and global level.”

Enterprise-Class Security and Integration

As part of the new product release, In Case of Crisis has improved all security aspects of its infrastructure and now offers improved encryption of user information. Additionally, third-party app penetration testing, conducted by Cenzic, evaluated the app’s ability to protect data in critical areas and revealed zero high vulnerabilities.

The new In Case of Crisis solution now makes it easier for companies to share the right information with the right people through a new LDAP user group import service and integration, which allows companies to sync employee lists with In Case of Crisis for increased access control. Emergency procedures are shared with individual employees based on their specific roles and responsibilities. These procedures can even be removed from an employee’s mobile device if they leave a department or the organization altogether.

With new app-to-app integration, In Case of Crisis can now seamlessly launch within organizations’ existing mobile apps. This prevents employees from having to open multiple apps to access critical emergency information.

Providing even more actionable content, In Case of Crisis now includes support for custom incident forms, compliance check boxes, live RSS feeds, Google Maps and dynamic links to important phone numbers, email addresses and URLs. Now, organizations can truly tailor their content to support their needs.

About In Case of Crisis
In Case of Crisis is an award-winning mobile solution that helps institutions and their safety professionals’ better care for the well-being of their people by offering easy and secure access to institutional-specific emergency procedures and safety guidelines. The fully secure and customizable mobile solution brings organizations’ unique content to life on the Apple iOS, Android and Kindle Fire platforms. Now, users have the information they need at their fingertips and can act on it in one holistic solution. In Case of Crisis is an Irving Burton Associates (IBA) service headquartered in Herndon, Va. For more information visit http://www.incaseofcrisis.com.

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