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Security declaration

1. 100% developed, designed, made and hosted in Germany

Your trust in our technical facilities and services is the basis for our cooperation. To do justice to this, we take comprehensive measures to protect your data.


2. German data protection law

crossgo GmbH is a German company. Accordingly, crossgo is subject to German data protection law, one of the strictest in the world. We see this as an important unique selling point for our services and websites in the German, European and global competition.

3. Data center in Nürnberg


crossgo websites are hosted in a data center in Nuremberg.


levigo systems gmbh
Bebelsberstraße 31
71088 Holzgerlingen

Operator of the data center in Nuremberg

q. beyond AG
Mathias-Brüggen-Str. 55
50829 Cologne

q. beyond AG is certified according to DIN ISO / IEC 27001:2005.

The security standards of the data center implement the requirements of the BSI (Federal Office for Information Security) in terms of a basic IT protection catalog. Essentially:

  1. Access control
  2. Access control
  3. Access control
  4. Disclosure Control
  5. Input control
  6. Order control
  7. Availability control
  8. Separation control


Excerpt from the certifications of the data center


4. Software development Made in Germany

Our software development is supported by

Adlerstr. 41, 4th floor
D-70199 Stuttgart

planned, controlled and implemented.

5. SSL encryption

An SSL (Secure Socket Layer) connection is an encrypted network connection between a server and a client (browser). SSL was developed by Netscape Communications Corporation. It is a hybrid encryption method, meaning that both the high speed for symmetric encryption of data and the security of asymmetric (pairwise) encryption are used. (Source:

crossgo offers SSL encryption by default on and

6. Member of: German Association for Data Protection e.V.

crossgo is a member of the DVD Deutsche Vereinigung für Datenschutz e.V. (German Association for Data Protection), whose primary task is to advise and educate individuals and companies about the dangers of using electronic data processing and the possible restriction of the right to informal self-determination. Further information can be found at