The package for handling
data breach. So that your
wallet does not bleed.

Prepare your company for the revised data protection law for the fixed price of CHF 1'500.-

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The revised Swiss Data Protection Act imposes new tasks and obligations on companies. If these are not complied with, strict sanctions may be imposed. With this legal package, you can efficiently prepare your company for the revised Swiss Data Protection Act (DPA).

When do I need the legal package?

If you run a company that processes personal data, you should fulfil your duty of care and use this package to clarify and implement your specific need for action with the aid of proven data protection specialists. In terms of timing, the new obligations will take effect during the fiscal year 2022. Therefore, it is worthwhile to take action today.


For whom is the legal package best suited?

It is for all legal entities that have not yet implemented the new obligations under the revised DPA.


How does the consultation work?

As a rule, the implementation of the data protection compliance project takes about 2 weeks. An experienced specialist will advise you on this process as follows:

  • As a first step, we will conduct a one-hour workshop together with our specialists.
  • Then we will create a data processing directory with the help of a software solution. 
  • Based on this directory, we can identify the risk areas and develop feasible proposals tailored to the company.
  • At the end of the project, you will receive the documents prepared for you


What do I get?

You will receive the following individual documents tailored to your industry and your company:

  • Risk analysis with recommendation for action
  • Individual privacy policy
  • Cookie policy
  • Data processing directory

What does the package cost

Fixed price CHF 1500 excl. VAT.

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What do I need to know about data protection?

The changes in the new data protection law introduce additional information and documentation obligations. As a business, you should create a new privacy policy or modify your existing privacy policy.


In the new version, there is a risk of fines for the transfer of data abroad and for certain data processing agreements. It is therefore advisable that you review the data processing agreements with your data processors. It contains a new reporting obligation in the event of data loss and other security breaches. Know your risks and review your processes.


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Companies should check which service providers store or process personal data in third countries. The data protection safeguards used until now for this purpose need to be reviewed and, if necessary, replaced. A possible safeguard for data transfers to the USA are standard contractual clauses. These are prefabricated contract templates from the EU Commission for the transfer of data from countries of the European Union to third countries (non-EU countries).


The conclusion of the standard contractual clauses alone is not sufficient in individual cases. It is also necessary to examine the contractual text of the standard contractual clauses. The correct set needs to have been chosen, and the content of the clauses must not have been changed. The annexes to the standard contractual clauses must be properly completed. The level of data protection agreed to in the standard contractual clauses must be effectively observed.

Under the new DPA, data collectors have a higher responsibility for the processing of the collected data than before. A signed data processing agreement with anyone who will continue to process personal data is mandatory.

You may only retain personal data for as long as is necessary for the purposes for which you are retaining the data. Always try to keep in mind the purposes for which you received the data and observe the legal time limit.