BCP for Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Business Continuity Plans for Coronavirus (COVID-19)
March 14, 2020 update: As of today, all employees of stensul will be working remotely from home until further notice.
As novel coronavirus (COVID-19) diagnoses continue to increase around the world, we are taking increased measures to maintain business continuity and protect the health of our employees.
We are currently taking the following measures of precaution:
- We have canceled non-critical business travel and recommended that our team avoids non-urgent personal travel as well. Employees who visited a high-risk country are self-quarantining upon return.
- We are limiting all visitors to our offices.
- We have shared best practice health tips with our team and continue to keep them updated on a regular basis.
- We have placed extra hand sanitizing stations around our offices and increased the frequency of office cleaning.
- We have reduced on-site interviews to an absolute minimum, and working to move all candidates to video interviews instead.
While we continue our work, we are preparing for different scenarios, including the possibility of our entire team working remotely if required. We anticipate no impact to our service and believe in our ability to keep the platform running as usual. We have ensured that our team members have whatever they need to work remotely if needed and to continue doing their jobs, serving our customers, securely and safely.
Per our standard security protocols, all of our employees are equipped with secure company work devices and procedures. There is corporate MDM on all work devices, which includes full device encryption, remote lock and wipe, password management, and other functionalities in line with our policies, in addition to mandatory security and privacy training during onboarding and regularly thereafter for all employees. Access to internal services is done solely through VPN.
We have increased channels of internal communication, and as always, prioritize communication with you, our customers, so you can remain focused on your business challenges and goals.
We will continue to monitor news from the World Health Organization, among other sources and guidelines, and are committed to reassessing the situation and adjust our plans accordingly.