TrustSec statement on Coronavirus (COVID-19)  

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TrustSec statement on Coronavirus (COVID-19)

As a multinational company, Trustsec understands that the coronavirus (COVID-19) is impacting everyone around the world. In the interest of our staff, their families and communities, our customers and partners and from our responsibility in combating the spread of COVID-19, we have taken several steps to do our part in limiting the outbreak by permitting working from home. At the same time, Trustsec is striving to operate in a manner that ensures business continuity. Our technical support will continue to be provided in accordance with the service level agreements (SLA) and upcoming software releases will be delivered as planned.

We also have a Disaster Recovery Plan in place that takes into account any system breakdown and other serious network security events. All source code is backed up securely and most servers are set up using automatic configuration management, which means that they can be restored in an identical manner in a very short time. Furthermore, we maintained a proactive dialogue with all our critical external service providers and ensured continuity of service.

Trustsec allowed its staff to work from their homes, and a very limited amount of employees will still work from our offices. Our workforce is capable of working remotely, and many do so as part of the regular day-to-day routine, already. Security routines such as secure access to all IT resources within the business, as well as to the internet itself, are already in place and well incorporated.

Trustsec’s emergency plans are activated in this context. We do not foresee any changes to our operational activities. This means that we do not expect any significant effect in regards to our partners and customers.

Travel is restricted, and Trustsec suggests rescheduling face-to-face meetings to video, telephone or web conferences as an alternative.   In case you have any questions or concerns, please get in touch with us.

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