Updated May 22, 2020 (1:00pm GMT / 9:00am EST)
As the world considers how best to re-open commerce while continuing to flatten the COVID-19 pandemic curve, OpSec is adopting best practices throughout our organization to protect our employees, their families, and our clients. The practices we’ve put in place – social distancing, enhanced cleaning, remote-work assignments, and the use of PPE – will remain in place for the foreseeable future, and as we all, collectively, define the “new normal.” Our teams are strong, dedicated, and motivated to do what we do best – protecting your business from infringements and unauthorized use.
We look forward to the time when we can once again see you, our valued clients and business partners, in-person. Until then, know that we are committed to our partnership and to the safety and health of our employees… the heart of OpSec.
Updated April 24, 2020 (1:00pm GMT / 9:00am EST)
COVID-19 has significantly, and adversely, affected many of our clients and suppliers around the world. Manufacturers, warehousing facilities, retailers, and the general public are all feeling the economic effects of a global pandemic.
At OpSec, we celebrate good news. Our workforce has been, and continues to be, operational throughout this difficult time in support of our clients. Our manufacturing facilities ship on a daily basis from all locations and we are fulfilling current demand. Even our online brand protection division, OpSec Online, is mitigating the risks associated with global work-from-home scenarios with daily enforcement on behalf of our clients.
Like each and every one of you, we work tirelessly to protect our employees and their families. We’re proud of the way each member of our team as stepped up to meet the challenge of providing the great service and quality for which we are known.
Should you have any questions, require any additional information, or be able to provide information regarding how your supply chain may affect ours, please contact us at email@example.com.
Updated March 23, 2020 (9:00pm GMT / 5:00pm EST)
Like many of our partners, we are adapting to the rapidly-changing conditions created by the COVID-19 virus. While this situation is ever-changing, our continued support and commitment to our customers remains the same.
OpSec has a robust continuity plan in place and we have taken precautionary measures, in accordance with guidance from government and public health authorities, to ensure the health and well-being of our employees, partners, and customers.
As of Monday, March 23rd, OpSec Security remains in operation in support of our clients. OpSec is committed to providing you with updated information as the situation evolves. Should you have any questions or require any additional information please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our highest priority remains to assist our customers and protect our employees, our community and our globe. We greatly appreciate your continued partnership and thank you for your understanding in these extraordinary times.
OpSec Security Business Continuity Plan
Updated March 17, 2020
At OpSec Security we are deeply committed to taking care of our team and our customers and will be continuously monitoring developments regarding the COVID-19 situation.
In order to manage the risks associated with the spread of COVID-19, OpSec Security has created a specialized Taskforce comprised of global company leaders. Through this Taskforce, OpSec Security will continue daily monitoring of the latest information about the global COVID-19 outbreak and has implemented business continuity plans (BCP) that seek to safeguard the health of our employees and preserve the ability to deliver quality products and services to our customers.
As the situation around COVID-19 continues to develop, we want to share the actions we are taking:
- Restricted global business travel to impacted areas and limited non-essential domestic travel;
- Implemented work-from-home assignments, where possible;
- Limited external visitors to our facilities;
- Canceled large group meetings, reduced in-person meetings and enhanced sanitization protocols within our facilities.
- Reviewed data collection and backup measures to maintain business continuity;
- Implemented standard operating procedures to manage employee’s exposure to COVID-19 including individual access to different facilities.
If you have any questions about our business continuity planning or require additional information, please communicate directly with your normal OpSec Security contact or email the OpSec Security Taskforce at email@example.com
Updated February 10, 2020
OpSec Security is closely monitoring the evolution of the Coronavirus situation and is following the World Health Organisation and regional government advice.
Currently, OpSec is continuing to operate and meet the demands of its clients and customers. A small number of employees in affected areas have been advised to work from home to avoid areas of contamination including public transportation. However, we do not anticipate that this will affect our ability to fulfill our obligations.
OpSec will continually review the impact of the Coronavirus on our domestic and international supply chains. At present, our risk-based business continuity planning provides us with the required preventative actions to protect our staff, customers, and stakeholders.
Our employees’ health, and that of their families, are of our highest priority and we are supporting our staff on the necessary precautions to take.
OpSec will continue to provide updates to our employees, partners, suppliers, and customers as the situation evolves.