Fusion announces major tool upgrades

Fusion Risk Management has launched its new Fusion Intelligent Incident Manager, and expanded the functionality of its Dynamic Response capability.

The expanded Dynamic Response features build on existing capabilities to drive data-driven response plays that are tailored to particular business issues, using dynamic response strategies instead of static plans.

The provider’s Intelligent Incident Manager uses insights from scenarios and live response outcomes to inform greater agility during an incident or crisis.

“The past two years have proven that organisations must remain agile and adaptable as disruptions continue to impact business as usual. Static response plans are no longer sufficient for businesses that need to operate in a layered threat landscape. Data-driven recovery strategies and response plays are increasingly critical,” said Cory Cowgill, chief technology officer, Fusion Risk Management. “We are excited to offer our global customers these new agile capabilities to help businesses navigate chaos but also thrive during times of disruption.”

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