WhistleB whistleblowing system

Is your organization affected by the new EU-directive on strengthened protection for whistleblowers?

In short, the answer is that all organization with 50 employees or more is affected by the new whistleblower directive. The purpose of the directive is to protect whistleblowers in the EU, who report irregularitites at their workplace and to encourage more people to report. Whistleblowers can play a crucial role in detecting and exposing corrupt, illegal and harmful activites. 

Qnister collaborates with the market leading whistleblowing system WhistleB.

The whistleblowing system WhistleB is a swedish service that helps your organization to maintain a safe and open work environment. Today, WhistleB is used over 150 countries and customers include many Swedish companies, authorites and organizations. 

Credibility is the foundation for your whistleblowing channel to function well. If employees do not trust that their whistleblower report is handled correctly and safely, many will remain silent. 

WhistleB whistleblowing system – This is how it works:


The whistleblowing system makes it possible to sound an alarm regarding any suspect irregularity, anonymous or open. 



The recipients of the message log in to read the encrypted message and take actions. It is possible to have an external reciever. 


Continued dialogue with the whistleblower is possible through the system to validate information that is important for the investigation. 

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A user-friendly and secure third party solution for whistleblowing. We are happy to show and tell you more. 

Complies with ISO 27001 and the GDPR

Used in over 150 countries

Easy to launch and use

A new EU-directive

Since 2017, Sweden has leglislation designed to protect workers who sound alarms about certain types of workplace misconduct. 

The new directive goes further in several aspects. The main difference is that the directive makes it compulsory for companies with more than 50 employees, authorities and municipalitites to establish secure reporting channels. 

Also outsiders who sound an alarm about irregularities, such as a relative to an employee, must be protected under the directive. 

All EU countries must also ensure that whistleblowers can access independent information and advice on different courses of action, as well as possible legal support.