DIGICOM takes digitalisation as a central object of study in order to better grasp how new forms of risk communication affect societal security. It explores the way in which risk communicators in different environments, such as authorities, news media and social media, interact with one another. This risk communication will be examined in relation to specific types of risk events that are of relevance for preparedness in Norway, such as natural disasters, terrorism and cyber-attacks. DIGICOM formulates a concrete end-user-oriented policy roadmap for risk communication in a digital age.