Modern Slavery Statement
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This slavery and human trafficking statement is made by XpoLog Ltd. (aka “XPLG”) pursuant to section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 (the “Act”) for financial year 2020/2021. It sets out the steps taken by XpoLog to ensure that slavery and human trafficking are not present in our business or direct supply chain.
XpoLog is the leading global provider of data analysis software and services solutions, providing a wide range of audit, cyber security, compliance, log management threat hunting for security, and data and information management services. XpoLog HQ ids based in Tel Aviv with offices in New York and other countries, XpoLog serves a global clientele of technology, government, medical organizations, financial institutions, corporations, non-profit institutions, government agencies, and individuals.
XpoLog provide leading software and services worldwide, our technology is being used to optimize IT, monitor, identify and mitigate cyber security threats.
Our supply chain
We at XpoLog consider ourselves to be relatively low risk in relation to modern slavery, given the way we operate, our software development centric organization and the services we provide and the type of suppliers we use. Our key supply chain comprises our global network of service and information providers, many of whom are highly skilled distribution partners and technology industry specialists. We periodically review our use of suppliers and, as necessary, adapt our processes if we determine that our risk has changed.
Our approach to combatting modern slavery
XpoLog is committed to conducting business in a responsible and ethical manner. We have a zero tolerance approach to modern slavery and expect the same high standards and commitment from those we do business with.
XpoLog’s internal policies and procedures aim to ensure that effective systems and controls are in place to prevent slavery and human trafficking from occurring in any part of our business. XpoLog’s Code of Conduct and Business Ethics promotes a culture of integrity by establishing principles for how we deal with our clients, employees and the public. Amongst other things, the values and rules set out in the Code encourage us to foster a safe, healthy and productive workplace and to maintain accountability at all levels of the organization. Employees are encouraged to report any concerns they may have, including in relation to the occurrence of slavery or human trafficking, either to management or through an anonymous ethics helpline.
Partners that take part of XpoLog’s supply chain, for example, those who assist us in delivering our software and services to clients, undergo a standardized vetting process, with the use of template agreements and a standard questionnaire to gather relevant information. The XpoLog business development team and legal also runs due diligence reports on all of these suppliers as part of the vetting process. All suppliers must be vetted and approved before they can be used on any engagement. The vetting process is designed as a risk mitigation measure to provide the best service for our clients. XpoLog has updated its UK partner and supplier documentation to specifically refer to the Act and now requires each supplier to certify that they comply with the Act or equivalent principles.
Looking forward, XpoLog will continue to review and update policies and procedures with respect to the Modern Slavery regulations across all territories.
Last Updated: June 2020
Haim Koschitzky, CEO