On March 9th with one objective in mind, keeping our employees and clients safe, we all started working from home. Watch above to see how these Schellman employees are doing during isolation.
As we face this rapidly evolving and fluid health emergency related to coronavirus disease COVID-19 we want...
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As we face this rapidly evolving and fluid health emergency related to coronavirus disease COVID-19 we want to acknowledge the many concerns across the business and technology community.
We’re living through the world’s latest pandemic. Guidelines from WHO alter normal life to preserve health but organizations and individuals are faced with another unprecedented concern—data privacy.
As we all have discovered in recent weeks the world can change quickly, both personally and professionally. Compliance may be the last thing on your mind, but it is more important than ever.
The coronavirus is posing global threats that are challenging businesses worldwide forcing them to put new policies and practices into place to prepare for and communicate with their workforces.
Every industry has been forced to scale processes and adapt business models to maintain their foothold in a landscape thrown off by COVID19. At Schellman our FedRAMP 3PAO assessment process was ready.
The PCI SSC has published blogs and guidelines for when remote work is necessary, including the Remote Assessments and the Coronavirus blog that focuses on conducting remote PCI Assessments.
Three Steps to Ensure Employee Safety during a Pandemic
What good have you seen from this time?
Hopefully this writing finds you well and adjusting to perhaps the most serious health-related situation in many a lifetime. Perhaps it may find you contemplating preparedness in specific ways.
You’re probably aware of a new strain of virus that is manifesting all around the globe, one that has you contemplating hiding under that aforementioned rock for your own health.
In our “new normal” most of us are still getting used to working from home. The prospect of staying home presented the chance to sneak in family time, tackling that to-do list, or taking up a hobby.