Comverse maintains core principles, policies and practices in the area of corporate responsibility.
Our principles and policies guide our actions with our fellow employees, customers and vendors in the areas of governance and ethics, privacy, information security, quality, environment, health & safety.
Below is a listing of some of our Corporate Policies and Policy Statements relative to Corporate Responsibility:
- UN Global Compact Communication on Progress
Comverse hopes to demonstrate unwavering commitment to basic human rights, compliance with international labor regulations, care for our environment and communities, and zero tolerance for corruption as we conduct our business in a way that delivers superior return for our shareholders. These commitments from Comverse align perfectly with the 10 Principles of the United Nations Global Compact, an organization of which we’ve been an official supporter since 2011.
- I ACT @ Comverse (Values Statement and Code of Conduct)
I ACT @ Comverse conveys many important messages to our employees, our customers, our business partners and vendors, as well as our shareholders and the general public.
- Ethics AdviceLine
The Ethics AdviceLine is a resource for employees and others to ask questions about ethics or compliance in the workplace seek advice about business decisions or dilemmas, and report potential wrongdoing or activities that may not reflect our “Code of Business Conduct” or company policies.
Contact: Toll free from North America:1-888-278-3178
Click here to access the online reporting tool and to find local toll free numbers for other locations.
The Ethics AdviceLine is operated by an independent service organization - EthicsPoint.
Their operators will ask questions and seek information from you in order to prepare a report that will be sent to the Comverse Compliance Office for attention and action as needed.
You can also contact the Compliance Office directly via email@example.com
- Quality Policy
Quality is an integral part of Comverse’s Values. We are committed to putting our customers' needs first and producing the best possible results, through innovation, collaboration, excellence and accountability.
- Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) Policy
Comverse is committed to the prevention of illness and injury as well as to the protection of the environment. Through the implementation of effective environmental, health and safety (EHS) management systems, we foster a culture of environmental, health and safety responsibility among our employees, contracted employees working in our facilities, vendors, customers, and the public.
- Human Rights and Labor Policy
The purpose of this policy is to communicate the Company’s commitment to respect human rights and comply with all labor regulations as required under the applicable law of each relevant jurisdiction.
- Comverse Anti-Corruption Policy
The purpose of this policy is to set forth the Company’s commitment against corruption and to ensure all Comverse directors, officers and employees understand their individual responsibilities for compliance.
- Security Policy
The Corporate Security department is committed to safeguarding our employees, contractors, and visitors at Comverse facilities, offices, and sites worldwide, and to safeguarding equipment and information assets.
- Information Security Policies
Comverse maintains a current and relevant Information Security infrastructure designed to safeguard our confidential information and that of our customers and is ISO27001 certified.
Comverse has specific policies addressing document classification and control, data protection and security, incident response and management, third party connection and access control, and acceptable use by employees and others. These policies are available for our customers. To request an electronic copy of a policy, please send a request to firstname.lastname@example.org.