Nais, a leading company in the Cyber Security and Digital Transformation sector, is pleased to announce its endorsement of the UN Global Compact, a United Nations initiative that promotes corporate social responsibility and global sustainability.
The UN Global Compact is the world’s largest voluntary initiative for companies committed to upholding universal principles in the areas of human rights, labor, the environment, and anti-corruption. Nais Srl‘s endorsement of the Global Compact underscores the company’s strong commitment to promoting ethical values, environmental sustainability, and corporate social responsibility in all its endeavors.
Nais, a premier IT services firm specializing in Digital and Cyber Security, was founded with a vision to deliver innovative, top-tier solutions to meet diverse business IT requirements. The company offers a comprehensive suite of services aimed at ensuring operational efficiency, information security, and digital transformation for its valued clients.
“As a participant of the Global Compact, Nais commits to adhering to the ten fundamental principles outlined by the initiative, which encompass critical issues such as respecting human rights, providing decent working conditions, safeguarding the environment, and combating corruption. These principles will guide the company’s policies, practices, and initiatives, contributing to a more sustainable and equitable future,” stated Angelo Casassa, CEO of Nais.
“We Support the UN Global Compact” is our rallying cry, signifying our dedication to a sustainable and ethical business approach. We firmly believe that businesses have a fundamental responsibility in addressing global challenges and contributing to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. We are excited to join this global initiative and collaborate to create a better future.”
Nais will actively collaborate with the Global Compact Network to share knowledge, experiences, and best practices with other companies and organizations that share the same vision for sustainability and social innovation.