Your partner in integrity reporting management

INTELLIGENT Whistleblowing Solutions

An innovative digital reporting platform: identify and monitor integrity threats in your company. Intuitive, secure and adjusted to your needs.

Wibso is much more than a digital reporting platform.

We are Different

Wibso was developed with the idea of intelligent whistleblowing solutions in mind, because this is what we do best: we commit to delivering real solutions when it comes to integrity threats.

The Platform

We designed an innovative digital reporting platform, focusing on both the reporting person and the receiving company. User friendly, intuitive and developed with the highest security standards in mind, for both ends of the spectrum: this is what integrity reporting should be all about.

The Solutions

Integrity reporting is about corporate responsibility – about what your company does and how. Navigating through this game changing approach of doing business brings many questions to the table and we are here to address them all.


User friendly interface

The user-friendly interface of the Wibso platform enhances accessibility and ease of use, fostering a streamlined and efficient whistleblowing process for users.

Keep track of how your company is performing

With the reporting dashboard, you can visualize how your company is handling whistleblowing reports. Check how many reports you’ve received, and under which category of wrongdoing. Identify if case numbers are trending upwards or downwards. And export all the data for easy internal compliance reporting.

GDPR compliance

The GDPR compliance of the Wibso platform ensures enhanced data protection, fostering trust and legal adherence, ultimately safeguarding user privacy and organizational integrity.

ISO 27001 certification

The ISO 27001 certification ensures that the Wibso platform adheres to stringent information security standards, providing users with a robust and trustworthy environment for confidential whistleblowing.

Security Measures

The implementation of robust security measures on the Wibso platform ensures heightened protection for sensitive data, enhancing overall confidentiality and safeguarding against potential cyber threats


The digital reporting platform developed by risk management experts

Expert Whistleblowing

Wibso, crafted by fraud and risk experts, epitomizes whistleblowing expertise, rejecting a one-size-fits-all approach.

Fraud Insight

The majority of occupational fraud cases are detected through integrity reports

Efficient Reporting

Proper management of integrity reports is the trademark of a true organisational culture

Streamlined Vigilance

Elevate fraud prevention, reporting efficiency, cultural integrity, local compliance, and private sector emphasis.

Local Compliance

Local laws shape compliance obligations in terms of whistleblowing – this is why we focus on local particularities

Private Focus

Public and private integrity reporting are not the same: Wibso was developed specifically for the private sector

Your Requirements

Why Choose Us

Tailored, expert whistleblowing solutions

Legal frameworkElectronic mail address
Other reporting platformsWIBSO
Ensuring confidentiality of the reporting person
Ensuring confidentiality of reported information
Compliance with the GDPR Regulation
Electronic register reporting
Issuing statistics on reporting
Storage of reports for a period of 5 (five) years
Anonymous reporting
Automatic acknowledgement of receipt of report
Reminder subsequent actions
Reporting status

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    Frequently Ask Questions

    1. When is the external reporting channel used?

    Reporting on breaches of the law is mainly done through existing internal reporting channels. With However, the whistleblower in the public interest can choose between the internal reporting channel and the external reporting channel, taking the risk of retaliation for reporting through internal channels or the impossibility of reporting through external channels. the possibility of remedying the breach effectively through internal channels.

    At the same time, in the case of private legal persons with fewer than 50 employees, other than those referred to in Article 9 para. (4) of Law 361/2022, the whistleblower shall report using the external reporting channel, in the absence of channels internal reporting channels.

    2. What should the report include?
    • Full name;
    • Contact details of the public interest
    • whistleblower;
    • The professional context in which the
    • information was obtained;
    • The person concerned, if known;
    • Description of the act likely to constitute a breach of the law within the public or private entity;
    • Evidence in support of the report;
    • Date and signature
    3. Who is obliged to establish an internal channel?
    • Public authorities and institutions and their unincorporated bodies with at least 50 employees;
    • Other legal persons governed by public law, regardless of the number of employees;
    • Legal persons governed by private law having at least 50 employees and those falling within the scope of of the legal acts referred to in Annex No 3 of Law No 361/2022.
    4. What are the legal conditions for protection?

    In order to benefit from the protection measures, the whistleblower in the public interest must cumulatively meet the following conditions:

    • he must be one of the persons reporting under the provisions of Article 2(2)(a) and (b). (1) of the Law no. 361/2022 and who has obtained information on violations of the law in a professional context;
    • had reasonable grounds to believe that the information on the reported violations was true at the time of reporting;
    • have made an internal report, an external report or a public disclosure.

    In order to benefit from the remedies, the whistleblower in the public interest must cumulatively meet the following conditions
    above, as well as the condition that the retaliation is a consequence of the report made.

    Who else benefits from these measures?

    • facilitators;
    • third parties who have links with the whistleblower in the public interest and who might suffer reprisals in a professional context, such as colleagues or relatives of the whistleblower;
    • legal persons owned by the public whistleblower or for whom the public whistleblower works or with whom he or she has other links in a professional context;
    • the whistleblower who anonymously reported or publicly disclosed information about violations but is subsequently identified and suffers retaliation;
    • the whistleblower in the public interest who reports to the competent institutions, bodies, offices or agencies of the European Union.
    5. What is the nature of the follow-up actions that can be taken to resolve the reports?

    For the purposes of the reporting, subsequent actions are any action taken by the recipient of an internal report or by the competent authority for the purpose of resolving the report and, where applicable, thethe reported breach.

    6. What are the contact details and timeframe for designated persons within the Agency to ensure advising persons intending to make a report?

    Persons intending to make a report may seek confidential advice from the National Integrity Agency on the procedure for reporting, examination and resolution of the report in the following ways:

    • By e-mail to;

    • By telephone on 0372.069.869 by pressing 1 (Select English), 0 (Record conversation), 3 (Public Interest Whistleblowers Directorate). Conversations will be recorded automatically;

    • By post to ANI at Bulevardul Lascăr Catargiu nr. 15, Postal Code 010661, Sector 1, Bucharest - Romania - For the attention of the Public Interest Warners Directorate;

    • In person, by attending ANI's office (by prior appointment at the email address The National Integrity Agency will offer advice to interested persons from Monday to Friday, from 08:30 to 16:30.

    7. What happens in the case of a false report?

    Reporting information on violations of the law, knowing it to be untrue, constitutes an offence and shall be punishable by a fine of between 2,500 RON and 30,000 RON, if the act was not committed in such a way as to be considered, according to the law, an offence.

    8. Who can report?

    Persons who have obtained information about violations of the law in a professional context may make reports. In category of such persons:

    • Workers;

    • Self-employed persons (within the meaning of Article 49 TFEU);

    • Shareholders and members of the administrative, management or supervisory body of an undertaking, including non-executive members of the board of directors, and paid or unpaid volunteers and trainees;

    • Any person working under the supervision and direction of the natural or legal person with whom the contract has been concluded contract, its subcontractors and suppliers.

    Persons whose employment relationship has not yet begun may also report violations of the law. and who report or publicly disclose information on violations of the law obtained during the recruitment process or other pre-contractual negotiations or where the employment or service relationship has ended, and persons who report or publicly disclose information on violations of law anonymously.

    9. What is meant by the expression "Violations of the law"?

    By violations of the law, we mean acts consisting of an action or inaction that constitutes a failure to comply with the provisions of legal provisions set out in Annex No 2 of Act No 361/2022, which concern areas such as:

    • public procurement;
    • financial services, products and markets, prevention of money laundering and terrorist financing;
    • product safety and conformity;
    • transport safety;
    • environmental protection;
    • radiological protection and nuclear safety;
    • food and feed safety, animal health and welfare;
    • public health;
    • consumer protection;
    • protection of privacy and personal data and security of networks and information systems.

    They also concern:

    • infringements affecting the financial interests of the European Union (as referred to in Article 325 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union and as detailed in the relevant European Union measures);
    • infringements relating to the internal market (as referred to in Article 26(2) of the Treaty on European Union). (2) of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union), including infringements of European Union competition and state aid rules, and infringements internal market related to acts in breach of corporate tax rules or mechanisms the purpose of which is to obtain a tax advantage contrary to the object or purpose of the applicable law on which constitute disciplinary offences, contraventions or offences, or which are contrary to the object or purpose of the purpose of the law.
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