This service is being provided only to current security practitioners. Vendors of security products and services are not eligible.
As part of the SEC security practitioner community we want to share with you a Return to Site: COVID-19 Risk Model created by a leading global security practitioner and his team who has partnered with SEC in this initiative. The report can be used for return to work (RtW) decisions globally and domestically.
The Return to Site Risk Model is a real-time “dashboard” utilizing the best available data. Data sources include John Hopkins COVID-19 data (Johns Hopkins Resource Center), Center for Disease Control, World Health Organization and other relevant and current sources.
This Return to Site Risk Model has been in use for a number of weeks and has been validated repeatedly by in-country, on-the-ground personnel and resources as a reliable measure of conditions upon which decisions can be made. The accompanying report has been calibrated to meet their company’s risk appetite and operational needs.
Although the Return to Site Risk Model is capable of being adjusted to meet any organizations’ culture, the SEC will not be able to provide custom views beyond this report due to limited crisis resource availability. However, you and your organization may select your own trigger threshold score from which to make your decisions.
There was significant time and cost invested in creating this; the model creator has agreed to share it through the SEC as part of our security industry community services project. The SEC hopes this unprecedented and generous offer to share this with the security community will result in more suggestions and innovations to manage and recover from this pandemic situation.
This model is provided in good faith and has certain limitations. Prior to use, please make yourself familiar with the disclaimer below.
This model is provided in good faith and has certain limitations. This report is published for informational purposes only. The SEC makes no representations or warranties, express or implied, as to the accuracy or completeness of the information provided in the report. All parties who receive the report agree that their use of the information contained in the report is at their own risk. Information contained in the report is current as at the date of the report and may not reflect any event or circumstances which occur after the date of the report.
This report should not be construed as a means to establish any legal standard of care or identify what reasonably prudent security precautions should be taken in any specific situation. The actions to be taken for individual situations will vary depending on the corporate culture and individual circumstances at the time. Ultimately, every individual must assess any given situation, choose a response and manage the consequences.