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Command’s powerful capabilities can be seen through the lens of Global Security Operation Centers (GSOCs) seeking to provide support and information to employees in Ukraine.
For global companies, monitoring for threats to employees or assets requires constant attention. Whether it’s a natural disaster or an act of war, GSOCs are charged with alerting and providing guidance to employees in harm’s way. With Russia’s recent invasion in Ukraine many companies are quickly pivoting to provide support to their employees in the country. Looking back to earlier this year, many people in Ukraine did not think an invasion would happen and are now regretting not evacuating sooner. This is especially true for military aged males who are now being conscripted by the military and unable to evacuate legally. Hearing their employees being separated from their families and in some cases forced to enter military service, employers are expanding their boundaries of care to look after the well-being of their employees and their families in Ukraine as well as Belarus, Russia and the surrounding regions. GSOC’s are being charged with monitoring threats and providing periodic updates to their employees.
The following showcases how Command helps security teams provide duty of care to their employees with a focus on Kyiv, including:
On February 24th after Russian President Vladimir Putin announced that he had ordered a “special military operation” in eastern Ukraine, missiles began to strike dozens of cities across the country including the capital, Kyiv. By February 27th reports started flooding social media stating the capital was surrounded by Russian forces making evacuations impossible.
As Russian troops continue to advance on Ukraine’s capital, employees in Kyiv need to know the latest guidance from local authorities.
Employees need to know if there are threats to their power and internet connectivity.
Some employees in Ukraine are probably seeking support from their employers’ security team on how to evacuate the country safely.
Security teams can bookmark and label important reports in their feed. This allows users to stay organized and formulate it into a situation report at a later time. Command’s engineers are also working on the ability to share queries with teammates to form a common operating picture.
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