If you're a structure that processes personal data, you're probably affected by the provisions of the new Federal Act on Data Protection (FADP), which came into force on 1 September, 2023, and its implementing scheme the OPDo. In this respect, you are subject to obligations that must be respected. The same applies to Infomaniak, which, in view of its situation, has distinct obligations in its capacity as processor or data controller.

It is essential to distinguish between the security of the infrastructures on which your data is hosted and the exploitation and implementation of the data by you.

Customer's Role

Customer's role

It is solely responsible for the security of resources and application systems that it uses with Infomaniak's services.

Infomaniak's role

Infomaniak's Role

We are committed to ensuring the safety of our infrastructure, including a security policy that meets the requirements of various standards and certifications as well as the GDPR.

Frequently asked questions about nFADP and Infomaniak

Yes, Infomaniak meets the requirements imposed by the Data Protection Act.

However, it is essential to distinguish between the obligations incumbent upon Infomaniak as subcontractor and those incumbent on the customer as data controller. Indeed, it is the latter's responsibility to ensure that it complies with legislation by virtue of its role as data controller.
As a Swiss company, Infomaniak is responsible for ensuring its compliance with current legislation in order to guarantee the protection of the personal data it processes.

Further information can be found on the following pages:

Yes, Infomaniak's coordinator for the operation, management and protection of personal data is Johann Laqua. As Data Protection Officer, he is responsible for informing and advising data controllers, all company employees and our subcontractors.

Should you have any queries, please write directly to dpo@infomaniak.com.