Users all over the globe
The EU Whistleblowing Directive requires companies with more than 50 employees and municipalities of more than 10 000 inhabitants to set up anonymous reporting channels for whistleblowing. Comply with our anonymous reporting channel.
Case specific credentials are automatically created so that follow-up questions can be asked to help the investigation without compromising the identity of the whistleblower. The dialogue is secured and the data is stored in a secured manner within the EU in accordance with the GDPR.
New cases and information will notify the predefined investigators via email. The built-in case management view will help monitoring both individual cases and the bigger picture. If there are multiple reports that link to a single case, these can be linked with each other.
Link the whistleblower channel easily to your website but don’t leave it there. Make sure it’s linked to other relevant reporting channels and your risk register. In the end, they are warning signals for much more severe risks.
Create branded open links that can be shared on the website, intranet, or other channels.
Customise our ready-made instructions and whistleblower policies to suit your needs.
Whistleblowers receive anonymous IDs, which can be used to follow the process.
Enable categories that suit your own operating environment and different types of case handling.
Collect details and evidence, and open separate lines of investigations if needed.
Reporters can add their photo evidence and other information on all devices.