Secure Switzerland AG
Buckhauserstrasse 1
8048 Zurich
Phone: +41 44 500 92 45


Company registration number: CH-
Commercial Register Office: Canton Zurich
UID: CHE-403.142.762


The content of the website of Secure Switzerland AG (hereinafter: Secure Switzerland) is carefully selected and kept up to date. Viewing and reading the website does not result in a contract for a service from Secure Switzerland between the user and the provider. The information on the website is provided as a courtesy to viewers by Secure Switzerland and is not intended as a service. For this reason, Secure Switzerland does not guarantee that the website content is correct, complete or up-to-date. Anyone who uses the information published on the website does so at their own risk. An exception is the liability of the company Secure Switzerland for gross negligence and fault according to OR Art. 100.


The users of the website as well as the customers are aware that errors can creep in, even with careful software development and maintenance, so that Secure Switzerland cannot guarantee 100 percent availability of the website or any service provided through it.


Secure Switzerland is not liable for defects and disruptions for which it is not responsible, especially not for security defects and operational failures of third-party companies with which it works or on which it is dependent.


Furthermore, Secure Switzerland is not liable for force majeure, improper action and disregard for the risks on the part of the user or third parties, excessive strain, unsuitable operating resources of the user or third parties, extreme environmental influences, interventions by the user or disturbances by third parties (viruses, worms, etc.) that happen despite the necessary current safety precautions.

External links

The Secure Switzerland website contains links to third-party websites. The respective operator is liable for the linked websites. Secure Switzerland has no influence on the current and future design and content of the linked pages. The link also does not mean that Secure Switzerland agrees with the content of the linked pages in every case. 

Secure Switzerland regularly checks the linked websites to ensure they are legal and up-to-date. However, it is not possible to constantly check the linked websites. Should illegal content or outdated information appear on one of the linked websites, Secure Switzerland assumes no liability.


The content published on the Secure Switzerland website is subject to Swiss copyright law. Written consent from Secure Switzerland or the authors named for a specific publication is required for the duplication, processing, translation, storage, reproduction of content in databases or other electronic media and systems. Quotations are allowed without permission if the source is acknowledged.


Written consent must also be obtained for a link to the Secure Switzerland website. Copies or downloads for private use are permitted without consent.


Anyone wishing to use the content or other information for advertising must obtain written permission. Otherwise, such use of the Secure Switzerland website is expressly prohibited.

Data protection

Secure Switzerland observes the regulations on data protection regularly, namely the Data Protection Act and the associated regulations.


Secure Switzerland undertakes to ensure state-of-the-art security in systems, programs, etc. over which it has control.


When visiting the Secure Switzerland website, statistical information about access such as IP address, date, time or the page viewed is stored. The data in question will only be evaluated within Secure Switzerland for statistical purposes and will not be passed on.


Secure Switzerland may process the data of website users or customers if it is necessary to detect and stop fraudulently supplied information as well as illegal or non-contractual use, or misuse or damage, of Secure Switzerland or the website. For this purpose, Secure Switzerland may also collect and process usage data, among other things with the help of cookies, in order to identify from the total stock of all current information those for which there are actual indications of misuse. Secure Switzerland may transmit this data to law enforcement agencies as well as to third parties whose rights have been violated.