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The HACK-EM blog is all about hacking technology to make emergency management, operations better for professionals and the rest of us alike. We have 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 recently moved to this website - you can also access archived posts on the old AllHazards Blog Website.
  • 31/12/2016 11:27 AM | AllHazards (Administrator)

    The Jan 2 threat analysis briefing is now available in the Member's Area of the site.

  • 24/12/2016 10:31 AM | AllHazards (Administrator)

    The Dec 26 threat analysis briefing is now available in the Member's Area of the site.

  • 18/12/2016 6:03 PM | AllHazards (Administrator)

    The Dec 19 threat analysis briefing is now available in the Member's Area of the site.

  • 11/12/2016 6:15 PM | AllHazards (Administrator)

    The Dec 12 threat analysis briefing is now available in the Member's Area of the site.

  • 04/12/2016 6:29 PM | AllHazards (Administrator)

    The Dec 5 threat analysis briefing is now available in the Member's Area of the site.

  • 27/11/2016 6:15 PM | AllHazards (Administrator)

    The Nov 28 threat analysis briefing is now available in the Member's Area of the site.

  • 20/11/2016 5:50 PM | AllHazards (Administrator)

    The Nov 21 threat analysis briefing is now available in the Member's Area of the site.

  • 13/11/2016 5:37 PM | AllHazards (Administrator)

    The November 14th threat analysis briefing is now available in the Member's Area of the site. We are also making this briefing publicly available - click here to read it.

    We live in a rapidly changing  and uncertain world with many natural, man made and technological threats. Allhazards.net reduces uncertainty by providing timely, relevant resources, data and information that can help you prepare adequately and take some of the uncertainty out of life. Check out out Situational Awareness Dashboard and Weekly Threat Analysis Briefing.

    The Threat Analysis Briefing (TAB) is a U.S.-wide situational awareness released to subscribers every Monday morning. The briefing is organized into four sections:

    • Weather outlook and hazards, including forecasts of severe weather, drought and fire danger
    • Other natural hazards including earthquakes, volcanoes and wildfires
    • Cybersecurity, technological & adversarial hazards including cyber attacks, security vulnerabilities, nuclear power plant events, solar weather impacts, and any large scale public safety or civil disorder risks
    • Special hazards including specific unusual events.
  • 11/11/2016 9:04 PM | AllHazards (Administrator)

    The AllHazards Library, available to subscribers, has been updated with the following files:

    • Situational awareness with radios and scanners. A guide to four types of equipment recommended for situational awareness including AM/FM radios, weather radios, scanners, and shortwave receivers. The guide also includes information on key frequencies to program into these.
    • U.S. Primary Entry Point (PEP) AM/FM radio stations map that shows the locations of battle-hardened AM and FM radio stations designed to operate in adverse and disaster conditions

     The library now contains the following:

    • Archives of recent Threat Analysis Briefings
    • Creating a personal threat analysis
    • Sample personal threat analysis spreadsheet
    • Understanding situational awareness
    • Tabletop exercises for group or personal use
    • Situational awareness with radios and scanners
    • U.S. Primary Entry Point (PEP) AM/FM radio stations map


  • 09/11/2016 9:36 PM | AllHazards (Administrator)

    Protests have erupted in several U.S. cities following the election results. Cities include New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Boston, Seattle and Portland. For more information see Reuters article and Guardian Live updates
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