Update on whistleblowing – Greece and Cyprus

Online Webinar

Date: 7 February 2024, 3 – 4 pm  UTC+2


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In our webinar, we will present an overview of the law for better whistleblower protection. This law represents the national implementation of EU Directive 2019/1937 and imposes the obligation of implementation at national level in Greece and Cyprus. With the national transposition of the directive, companies, especially legal entities in the public and private sector in Greece and Cyprus, are now obliged to establish a confidential and secure whistleblowing channel for internal and external users, including employees and business partners. Practical tips on implementation and follow-up will be shared, guiding participants through the challenges of implementing an internal whistleblowing system.




Topic 1: EU and national laws


– EU Directive on the Protection of Whistleblowers 

– International comparison

Topic 2: Implementation of a whistleblowing system


– A plan for proper implementation of the whistleblowing system internally 

– Obligations of the Internal reporting office and outsourcing 

– Different reporting channels: advantages and disadvantages 

– How to remain completely anonymous

Topic 3: Introduction of the Smart Integrity Platform


– How Blockchain and AI can help improve transparency and efficiency

– Whisper for anonymous AI-based voice reporting

– Risk assessment, mitigation and follow-up measures

– Data protection and security

– Collaboration with external parties 



Nikos Markopanagiotis-DISS-CO

Nikos Markopanagiotis 

Legal Tech BD at DISS-CO

Nikos Markopanagiotis is a dynamic professional with a passion for technology. He is currently working as Marketing & Legal Tech BD Manager at DISS-CO, where he combines his expertise with advanced technology solutions to drive technological innovation and efficiency in the field of complaints

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