CEAS is a pre-event credentialing program, which authenticates critical business employees for access to restricted areas following a disaster or serious emergency using a secure identification card recognized by the police. Municipalities must adopt the CEAS Program for use in their jurisdiction before businesses can enroll in the Program and receive ID cards. The local authorities can implement CEAS following an emergency once immediate threats to life are stabilized.

 

 

 
[04.22.14]

 Fulton, NY -Recently, vulnerability was discovered in the OpenSSL cryptographic software library. This vulnerability is being referred to as the Heartbleed Bug.

BNET has scanned our infrastructure for any potential impact and have reviewed each software component system-wide as it relates to this security vulnerability.  As a result of our review we did not discover any current or potential points of exposure.

[04.17.14]

BNET announces a regional expansion initiative sponsored by the Regional Catastrophic Planning Team ("RCPT") of New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania.  The project will assist BNET to develop and implement a regional solution to expand the successful Corporate Emergency Access System (CEAS).

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