Season’s Greetings From The CEO

As we prepare for the heart of the holiday season, I find inspiration by reflecting back to help us move forward. I ponder what went right, what went wrong, and what we wish could be done again. I imagine that this year, the desire to reflect and see how the world has fundamentally settled into the cadence of an internet dependent workforce shines a light of determination and gumption in moving forward.

As we eagerly wait for a fresh start, I find myself thinking of the last several months and feeling proud and humbled by the incredible things we made happen for not only our company, but for our clients.

Together with you, we have built on our collective strengths. We have created clarity from unknowns, solidified foundations for the digital future, and energized transformation and awareness. By approaching 2022 and all of its opportunities from a position of strength and with a mindset of how we could be better stewards of cyber risk, security, and privacy programs for our clients, Omnistruct gave our clients and our stakeholders what they needed most: a trusted partner that cared deeply and operated with integrity.

In the face of growth and opportunity, I encourage you to find the passionate commitment to seek innovative pathways where others see roadblocks. To be unafraid of trying new things, move quick, and getting uncomfortable. Growth can only come from adaptation, and 2021 introduced work from home fatigue asking everyone to adapt in ways we could never anticipate in the face of cyber attacks that threaten our internet delivered world like never before.

I believe that 2022 will introduce greater attention to cyber risk, security, and privacy programs that will create more traction in our channel and expand our thought leadership in ways that creates more traction, and the way we all respond and adapt to that growth makes all the difference.

I appreciate every single one of you and wish you and yours a warm, joyous, and inspired holiday season.

George Usi
CEO, Omnistruct, Inc.

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