SafeSwiss™ is a privately owned company located in Switzerland.
SafeSwiss™ is able to directly benefit from Swiss security infrastructure and privacy laws, and SafeSwiss™ servers are physically installed deep within secure facilities located in Zurich, Switzerland, with head offices in Lucerne.
Intrusive attempts to infiltrate and access SafeSwiss™ servers are defeated not only by the sophisticated SafeSwiss™ encryption software, but also by Swiss privacy laws. This is because Switzerland is not subject to EU and US jurisdiction and has different and stricter privacy conditions to those of other countries.
A party to international assistance treaties, Switzerland is however not subject to the same surveillance directives that exist within the US and EU. In Switzerland it is only possible for the surveillance of an individual to be carried out if that individual has first been informed. This intention is then contestable in a court of law.
Swiss regulations regarding the lawful or otherwise interception of electronic communications, requires only the provision of the technical means for lawful interception from internet access providers – not internet security application creators such as SafeSwiss™. And because SafeSwiss™ servers do not hold any of the original encryption keys used in a SafeSwiss™ communication exchange, it is not possible for SafeSwiss™ to enable any lawful interception of information.
Swiss law enhances the SafeSwiss™ security solution by offering additional privacy and protection guarantees. These guarantees complement SafeSwiss™‘s (gap between “and reg mark closed) already powerful digital communications security encryption software.