Destructive tornadoes. Hurricanes. Floods. Snowstorms. Heatwaves. Earthquakes. Wildfires. Drought. Volcanoes. Flu pandemics. Cyberattacks. Privacy threats. Nuclear hazards. Solar storms. Protests and violent threats. We live in a rapidly changing and uncertain world with many natural, man made and technological hazards, from extreme weather, earthquakes and hurricanes through to societal, privacy and cybersecurity threats. AllHazards.net brings you smart tools & products across all hazards for emergency management, public safety and security professionals as well as interested citizens.
The Critical Threat Outlook (CTO) is an essential resource for emergency & risk management, public safety and security professionals. It is published every week, and highlights critical threats for the upcoming week that need to be on the radar of emergency professionals and concerned citizens. Expertly curated from over 50 trusted sources, it provides a single resource to assess weather, natural, cybersecurity, technological and adversarial risks, that can be read in under five minutes. Professionally formatted with an executive summary and graphical details, the briefing is prepared over the weekend and delivered to your inbox ready for your Monday morning start.
The AllHazards Dashboard aggregates together information in real time to provide situational awareness on a daily basis, with a primary focus on weather and natural hazards. The dashboard includes current storm and tornado activity from the Storm Prediction Center, weather hazard maps, technical mesoscale weather discussions, storm reports, thunderstorm and fire outlooks, recent earthquakes, wildfire risk, radiation readings, real time solar storm data, and breaking news updates.
The AllHazards Blog has been posting thought provoking articles about situational awareness, breaking events, technology and social media in emergency management and response, and emergency preparedness since 2010. The blog was featured in a 2010 CNN article about Twitter and emerging events. The blog was recently moved into the AllHazards.Net family and is now hosted on the AllHazards.Net website. You can click on recent posts on the right, or go to the blog page to see all posts. You can also access archived historical posts on the old AllHazards Blog site.