WisePlant – A WiseGroup Company

Corporate Policies

Corporate Policies 1Our mission is to grow WisePlant’s business to its full potential by increasing the visibility of its brands, expanding regional accessibility, and introducing products and services in a very demanding market. The group is committed to respecting and promoting the values embodied by the brands represented: talent and innovation with authenticity. WisePlant is an integrated regional brand, characterized by a strong identity and a set of unique core values such as culture, personal identity, memory, creativity, design, and quality. WisePlant’s mission is to develop, market and support products and services that contribute to the expansion and dissemination of technology and knowledge. WisePlant’s vision is to create a multidisciplinary, global brand and multichannel activity, establishing a solid constructive collaboration with partner companies, system integrators, suppliers, and end users.

Privacy and Data Protection Policy

Corporate Policies 2From WiseGroup we are extremely committed to the protection of personal data, private data and confidential information of our customers and suppliers. For this reason we have implemented policies for the protection of data that are provided by our subscribers (users, visitors, customers and suppliers) through our websites (Internet and Intranet), email, and / or public or private meetings.

The Data Privacy Policy is available for public access by visitors. All other policies are available to registered users only.

Information Security Policy

Corporate Policies 3As a result of our adherence to Industrial Cybersecurity and Critical Infrastructure standards and compliance with international laws, due to the nature of our services and critical category of systems we provide we have requirements to restrict access to information that can be used for social engineering purposes or access confidential documents that are provided through our sites for customers, strategic partners, integrators or suppliers as a result of a business, contractual or service relationship.

Corporate Social Responsibility

Corporate Policies 4WisePlant is an organization committed to social development, and we make an active and voluntary contribution to social, economic, and environmental improvement. Our corporate social responsibility goes beyond compliance with laws and regulations, assuming their respect and strict compliance. In the decision-making process, we value the impact of our actions on communities, workers and the environment and incorporate their interests into our processes and results.

Ethics in value creation with Safety and Quality

Corporate Policies 5The search for value with safety and quality is our main ethical commitment. We are absolutely convinced that the ethics of the company are totally linked to what is created, produced, and achieved. Safety and quality are intrinsic values of everything we do. When we refer to security in general terms, we refer to both the safety of people and the safety of assets, environmental security, and information security. On the other hand, we conceive of quality in a profound way, encompassing a careful and attentive vision of the whole and the details, both in the things we do and in the relationships we develop.

Quality Policy

Corporate Policies 6From WiseGroup we are extremely committed to the quality of all our services and commercial and technical executions. For this reason, we have implemented a Total Quality Management System that is comprehensive and transversal throughout the organization. WiseGroup’s management system is integral to the management of the organization and not only to quality management but also to the management of information security and the implementation of all its policies.

ZERO OVERHEAD: We have incorporated the Integral Quality Management in such a way that the Management System itself is a work tool and this is used naturally in which we implement the philosophy of “Quality Control Based on Activity” and “Quality by Design”. Avoiding at all times the creation of general expenses to the organization.

We support the following Organizations

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

Corporate Policies 7San Judes Children’s Research Hospital leads the way the world understands, treats and defeats childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases. The Lebanese American Syrian partner charities (ALSACs) exist solely to raise the funds and awareness needed to operate San Judes. In fact, approximately 75 percent of the funds needed to sustain and grow San Judes ALSAC are raised each year from generous donors who come together on a common goal: finding cures. Save the children. Every month WisePlant Group LLC collaborates with St. Judes Children’s Research Hospital. For more information on St. Judes Children’s Research Hospital admitted to www.stjude.org

Habitat for Humanity

Corporate Policies 8Habitat for Humanity is a global non-profit housing organization working in local communities in all 50 U.S. states and approximately 70 countries. Habitat’s vision is of a world where everyone has a decent place to live. Habitat works toward our vision by building strength, stability, and self-sufficiency in partnership with families in need of decent, affordable housing. Habitat homeowners help build their own homes together with volunteers and pay an affordable mortgage. WisePlant Group LLC promotes volunteer work to collaborate with Habitat for Humanity. For more information on Habitat for Humanity go to www.habitat.org

Heifer International

Corporate Policies 9We can all help. Even being an SME, our help adds up. WisePlant is committed to supporting Heifer International, a non-profit foundation that works with communities to fight hunger, poverty, and care for the environment. We fully support its founder’s vision of “Teaching fishing” philosophy that led Heifer for over 70 years. Each three-month period, we allocate 0.5% of WisePlant’s cumulative turnover to the Heifer International Foundation. For more information about Heifer International, go to www.heifer.org


Corporate Policies 10Discover Engineering is a foundation that helps unify community and volunteer work on engineering and technology education. It is a non-profit foundation that teaches children to discover, learn, believe, value and love engineering. For more information about Discover Engineering go to www.discovere.org


Corporate Policies 11Idealist is a non-profit organization that brings together the international community with job proposals, internships, volunteering, events, and organizations aimed at communicating and disseminating ideas to make the world a better place. We invite all visitors to get to know IDEALIST. For more information about Idealist, enter www.idealist.org


Corporate Policies 12We collaborate with the Regional Association of Oil, Gas and Biofuels Companies in Latin America and the Caribbean (ARPEL) in the dissemination of global best practices and training in Industrial Cybersecurity. Learn more at https://arpel.org/

ISA – International Society of Automation

Corporate Policies 13We are partners of ISA (International Society of Automation). WisePlant executives have been accompanying the development of the ISA/IEC-62443 standards since 2006, before the first versions of the standards were published. We have collaborated with ISA during the design and development of the ISA99 professional training and certification program (IC32, IC33, IC34 and IC37). We are authorized by ISA to provide the complete program of professional training and certification in Spanish, Portuguese and English. Read more at https://www.isa.org/training-and-certification/isa-training/about-isa-training/training-partners

ISA Secure

Corporate Policies 14We are active members of ISA Secure and were the first company in Latin America to enter as collaborating assets of the organization. Read more at https://www.isasecure.org/en-US/News-Events/WisePlant-HQ-joins-ISA-Security-Compliance-Institu


Corporate Policies 15We collaborate with ICS-CERT in identifying and reporting vulnerabilities on industrial cyber assets. Since its inception in 2014 we have made important discoveries of vulnerabilities that were reported to the ICS-CERT. A large number of them were solved by their manufacturers. Read more at https://ics-cert.us-cert.gov/