As information technology expert, Jet Info provides technology audit and IT security assessments for all shapes and sizes of businesses. We work closely with you to help you understand the risks related to your organization and how to deal with it.
Our IT audit specialists have key technical skills and extensive knowledge in technology, as well as in regulatory compliance and information security. We are therefore able to offer high-level guidance to help you secure your environment, protect your data assets and ensure that your company complies with GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation).
Jet Info has the expertise and proven operational excellence to understand your threats, minimize your risks and let you focus on your core business.
Jet Info allows you to assess your organization’s IT resources and ensure that they are meeting your business needs now and in the future.
Through a complete audit of your IT infrastructure, we provide you with a broad and clear overview of the risks involved and identify the improvements that can be implemented to strengthen it.
We keep you informed of how technology challenges may impact your business and offer you the knowledge to take action according to your needs and budget.
Jet Info’s infrastructure audit involves a number of processes required to evaluate the system’s internal control design and effectiveness against relevant standards and best practices.
Evaluation of your IT platform
Evaluation of your data protection and backups
Evaluation of your hardware and software performance
Jet Info advises you on all aspects of GDPR compliance.
Since May 25, 2018, the European Union has created the obligation for companies to protect the personal data of its customers and employees.
Swiss companies offering goods and services to citizens in the European Union must comply with the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation). In addition, they should comply with the Swiss Data Protection Act which is evolving with the new EU Regulation.
Failure to comply with GDPR regulations can result in fines of up to 4% of your turnover or 20 million euros, without neglecting damage to your reputation.
The loss of personal data, which creates damage to people, can lead to legal claims and compensation from you.
Customers and partners will not cooperate with your company if you do not work with high standards of data protection.