Modern Slavery Act Transparency Statement

This statement is made pursuant to the requirements of Section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 on behalf of Guardicore. This statement also covers any Guardicore subsidiary and to whom the requirements also apply.
Guardicore does not tolerate any form of slavery, human trafficking, forced labour or other similar work environments or practices and is committed to maintaining and improving the processes it has in place to help ensure that these abuses do not occur either in its own operations or those of its suppliers. The following statement reflects the activities and efforts undertaken to achieve this during the year ending 31 December 2020.

Our Commitment

At Guardicore, we do things right. We always act with integrity, taking responsibility for our work, caring for our people and staying focused on safety and sustainability. We make investments in our clients, people and communities, so we can grow together. Guided by our values, we have taken a variety of actions to verify the absence of modern slavery in our supply chain.

Due Diligence

We conduct ongoing due diligence of suppliers based on international indices, media searches and other indicators of supplier risk.

Contracting and Certification

Our standard contracts stipulate that suppliers will comply with all applicable laws, rules and regulations including those related to human trafficking and worker welfare.


As part of our supplier management process, suppliers may be required to demonstrate conformance and assurance that, where applicable, they have flowed down our requirements to their suppliers. Whenever possible, we operate in a spirit of continuous improvement, working with suppliers to implement change within specified timeframes. Looking ahead, we are targeting additional internal and independent audit resources to further sample practices across our projects and geographies.