E911: What You Need to Know & DO
Are all of your connected users equally protected when they need help during an emergency? Federal law mandates that all organizations are responsible for providing access to dialing 911 without the need for any extra digits.
Whether a user is dialing 911 from work or remote location, a campus IP, digital or analog phone, remote VPN phone, or softphone, your organization is responsible for complying with Kari’s Law and the Ray Baum Act.
Understand how E911 compliance affects your organization now and in the future.
Included in the discussion:
Learn how dialing 911 has changed over the years with the introduction of E911
Understand the requirements and penalties of Kari's Law and Ray Baum Act.
- Know the right questions to ask of your organization's compliance
Kevin Kito is a father, husband, and the President and CEO of 911 Secure. Kevin has been in the Enhanced 911 (E911) industry for over 15 years. During that time, he has seen many changes within the industry and worked with several different E911 solutions providers. Back in 2019, 911 Secure helped take the Enhanced 911 industry to a new level by providing the first Next-Generation 911 Additional Data solution. This groundbreaking technology will help first responders not only reach emergencies as quickly as possible but also provide them with additional information that has never been available before.