iTRACK is designed to be a cost effective open source system, supporting organisations where resources may be limited. To further facilitate its uptake by humanitarian organisations operating conflict and disaster missions, we design technology and policies in with humanitarian practitioners with pilot applications with the World Food Programme and iMMAP in on-going conflict disasters in the Middle East.
Managing security-related information: a closer look at incident reporting systems and software Published: December 4, 2018 | By Gonzalo de Palacios | EISF publication This article briefly explores the technological platforms non-governmental organisations (NGOs) use to access and share security-related information, particularly focusing on internal incident reporting software. In this article, the author, Gonzalo de Palacios, also reviews how organisations can access contextual information to inform security decisions and how organisations use existing external incident reporting technological tools. The author goes on to consider, through four case studies, the technological platforms organisations can use to internally report incidents, highlighting briefly some of the advantages and disadvantages of the systems presented. This article complements the Security Incident Information Management (SIIM) Handbook published by RedR UK, Insecurity Insight and the European Interagency Security Forum (EISF). This article is a part of the Communications Technology and Security Risk Management project. https://www.eisf.eu/library/managing-security-related-information-a-closer-look-at-incident-reporting-systems-and-software/
The iTRACK Consortium consists of 12 partners from 8 diferent countries, including leading universities, research centers, ICT companies and humanitarian NGOs and covering the wide range of expertise required for the successful development of the iTRACK solution.Read More