At OneLogin, we make it our #1 priority to protect the data and privacy of all our customers. From the way we do our work, to the technology we provide—security is always top of mind.
Today, we are seeing unprecedented changes happening around us at lightning speeds. And keeping OneLogin’s identity and access management services operating uninterrupted around the world is of utmost importance.
As we evolve to a remote workplace, we understand the impact on organizations, employees, customers, partners, and you.
Therefore, OneLogin is in a unique position to provide critical education and guidance to our community regarding business continuity planning (BCP) best practices on working from home, and information around ongoing Covid-19 security threats. Take a look at our new crisis planning content hub for more information.
Here at OneLogin, our business continuity plan consists of a team-based approach. As of now, our Incident Management Team, Crisis Communication Team, Service Incident and Recovery Team, and Security Advisory Team—all led by our executive leadership—are here to ensure we continuously serve our customers’ security needs.
At OneLogin, business continuity planning is a priority, so here’s what we’re doing:
Securely connecting people to technology
We understand the impact that working from home has on many organizations. We have already been living in a digital world, and today’s crisis has brought this even more to the forefront. Now, more than ever before, there are more identities to manage—employees, partners, and contractors—and an ever-expanding portfolio of cloud solutions. Your employees need an easy and secure way to manage key applications like Zoom, Slack, and others.
As a Security First company, we are committed to keeping our customers secure through multiple assurance programs, security programs, privacy programs, vulnerability management, and other initiatives. We leverage independent third parties to help us strengthen our security to deliver the best-in-class cloud services to our customers. We are constantly held to the highest standards of security compliance, so don’t worry—we’ve got you.
Working and learning remotely and securely
The move to remote work has severely impacted many organizations. Additionally, educational institutions have also been affected by this crisis. We have many education customers across K-12, Universities, and Colleges—who have reached out to us for guidance on how to enable their virtual classrooms securely—so they are able to provide uninterrupted distance learning for their students. To give back, we have launched an exclusive education campaign, offering three months free of the OneLogin Trusted Experience Platform™ so their data and information can remain secure. We have now extended this offer to those in the public sector.
In addition to this offer, we’ve created the following resources available to anyone that needs help during this transition:
- eBook: How to Develop a Business Continuity Plan
- Blog: Are You Ready for COVID-19? How to Conduct a Risk Analysis During a Crisis
- Blog: Be Vigilant: Cybercriminals are Taking Advantage of People’s Fears of the Coronavirus Part 2: Coronavirus Conspiracy Theory Lures
- Webinar: Business Continuity Planning During a Crisis
- Content Hub: Let’s Face COVID-19 Together
Finally, we’ve been vocal in the press, offering our expertise and guidance to those who are seeking advice. We’ve been published in Forbes Where You Can Get Free Cybersecurity Tech To Cope With The Coronavirus Chaos, TechRadar Be vigilant when it comes to online coronavirus threats, and BetaNews The software that’s being made available free to help with home working during the COVID-19 crisis.
For additional resources, visit our content hub to help your business prepare during a crisis and secure your remote workforce.
Looking to the experts
We are constantly monitoring news from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO), and state and local governments surrounding COVID-19. We understand your health fears and have postponed our upcoming large events and tradeshows. We also wanted to make you aware of malicious attackers that have been taking advantage of people’s fears in a completely different way, with phishing emails pretending to be from WHO, CDC, and other government entities. Make sure you know what you can do to protect yourself in health and security.
OneLogin is committed to operating as a Security First organization, securely connecting people to technology worldwide. Please stay safe and healthy and if there’s anything we can help you with, let us know. We’re all in this together—as One.