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Wellbeing and security support for your organisation during the coronavirus pandemic

As we all adapt to the coronavirus pandemic and the public health measures necessary to delay its spread, Open Briefing is offering the following remote support to organisations:

Contingency planning advisory calls. Our deputy director and security lead, Dan Williamson, can hold a one-hour general advisory call with your SMT to discuss contingency planning at this time, including business continuity management, travel risk, and public health responsibilities.

Staff wellbeing checks and workshops. Our wellbeing and resilience lead, Karen Abbs, or another member of our multi-lingual counselling team can make weekly 15-minute wellbeing phone checks with all your homeworking staff. Where necessary, we can escalate this support for staff who might benefit from longer sessions. We can also run a one-hour wellbeing workshop with your team to collectively discuss strategies to reduce isolation, support wellbeing at home and other matters.

Digital security during homeworking. Our information security lead, Richie Tynan, can hold a one-hour advisory call with your SMT or tech team to discuss the digital security and IT needs of your homeworking team. We can also help coordinate your response to any digital security attacks during this time, as adversaries seek to exploit internal confusion, use of personal accounts and devices, and increased attack surfaces.

We can provide the above support to NGOs/CSOs at £95 per hour. 

Please contact us to discuss these services or if there are other ways we can support you, your people or your operations at this time.

Coronavirus: we are all in this together.