Natural phenomena, climate change, human error and unforeseen events consistently conspire to cause widespread damage to the world's most important infrastructure - electrical grids, telecommunications, bridges, roads, tunnels, the water supply and more - leading to hundreds of billions in annual economic loss and incalculable amount of human suffering.

Unfortunately, infrastructure providers have had to rely on a combination of inferior first-generation software applications and error-prone paper-based processes, which lack the advanced capabilities necessary to preemptively identify threats, efficiently orchestrate relevant resources to mitigate these risks, collect and analyze all pertinent data, to take action toward immunizing their systems against future threats.