Human Rights, Anti-Corruption and Business Ethics

We use technology as a tool to guarantee respect for and protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms.


Technology as a Tool

Technology can be a tool for ensuring that fundamental rights and freedoms are respected and protected, but only when used with a human rights approach.

According to the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, companies have the responsibility to respect human rights and provide access to remedy when issues may arise. This includes companies of all sizes, sectors and nationalities, including Cybolt.

Cybolt respects all internationally recognized human rights. We strive to avoid infringing on the human rights of others and address adverse human rights impacts with which Cybolt is involved.

We have a zero-tolerance policy towards corruption, and we are working to uphold our corporate ethics and values on a daily basis.

Human Rights Declarations and Policies

Cybolt has adopted multiple policies and implemented various procedures to ensure that our social commitments hold true.

Consult our policies.


Ethics & Anti-Corruption Policy


Human Rights Policy


Business Code of Conduct

Human Rights Priorities

In particular, Cybolt is working to uphold the right to privacy and the right to safety and security of person (both online and offline).

Cybolt’s work intersects with these rights in various ways, for example: 

• Cyberattacks are becoming more commonplace, sophisticated, and severe. When these attacks impact critical infrastructure, they can have detrimental impacts on our businesses, hospitals, and essential public services.

• Unwarranted surveillance infringes on the right to privacy and can lead to other human rights violations, especially when information is used against activists and journalists.

•The proper use of open-source investigations and public safety technologies can help prevent and solve digital or safety incidents both online and offline.
With the tools and services that we offer, we aim to ensure that these rights are enjoyed by all.

With the tools and services that we offer, we aim to ensure that these rights are enjoyed by all.  

Cybolt also has a strong commitment towards non-discrimination . This applies to our workforce and workplace, as well as the implementation of the technological tools we employ.  

Implementing our Policies:

Cybolt implements its ethics, anti-corruption and human rights policies by:

• Ensuring that staff are trained and familiar with human rights principles in theory and in practice.

• Publicly presenting clear governance processes.

• Ensuring that senior management and board members are aligned with our human rights commitments.

• Working to create a sense of shared responsibility for upholding these policies across the organization.

• Continually carry out human rights due diligence and mitigate any identified risks.

• Integrating lessons learned into relevant policies, standards and business practices to avoid that any issue reoccurs.

• Having clear communication about our progress both internally and externally.

Conducting Due Diligence

When risks are identified (i.e. through a sales opportunity, through the whistleblower mechanism, or through developments in the technology features), each case is evaluated with the ESG committee. Conditional approvals include technical and/or contractual mitigations, and its implementation is monitored to ensure adherence.

Human Rights Impact Assessments

We identify and manage human rights issues in a number of ways, including Human Rights Impact Assessments (HRIA), stakeholder consultations, and internal review processes.

Training and Awareness Raising

Cybolt staff have open access to online trainings and to an independent human rights consultant who is able to support with questions or issues that relate to any given business unit. Staff in key positions are required to pass the online trainings which cover the following topics:

The business and human rights framework according to international human rights law.

Cybolt’s commitments to human rights and means of implementing those commitments.

Cybolt’s salient human rights issues.


Adapted human rights trainings are also offered to partners and clients.

Labor Rights and Safety of Staff

Cybolt is working to ensure that the principles concerning fundamental rights set out in the International Labour Organization´s Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work are fully respected. The People department, with the support of the ESG Committee, is responsible for carrying out any necessary initiatives or policy changes concerning labor rights and safety so that they are in accordance with the above principles and the UN Guiding Principles generally.



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