We would like to be informed about unlawful conduct in our company so that we can clarify and remedy such behavior. We therefore encourage everyone – whether employees, former employees, customers, suppliers or third parties – to inform us of any legal violations.


Basically, employees/internal persons should first contact their superiors. External persons can contact their contact person in the company. We are aware that this is not practical or possible in all cases. We have therefore set up a confidential reporting office for persons who have obtained information about violations in a professional context.


Anyone can contact our data protection officer directly, who accepts reports with his or her team. You can contact them initially by e-mail or telephone. Depending on your needs as a whistleblower, they will also provide you with a secure digital exchange platform and/or meet with you.


How to contact our reporting office:

yourIT GmbH
Certified according to DIN ISO/IEC 27001:2015
By e-mail: whistleblowing@yourit.de
By telephone: +49 743330098-30


All information will be treated in strict confidence and only made available to persons directly involved in the investigation. You can also provide information via the reporting office without giving your name. We would like to point out that we also follow up anonymous reports. However, we cannot guarantee anonymity to whistleblowers, even if we try to implement the wish for anonymity. Further questions on how we handle personal data can also be found in our privacy policy in the section “Reporting persons, whistleblowers”.


We ask for your understanding that the reporting office should only be used to report violations of laws, guidelines or regulations that we have imposed on ourselves. The reporting office is not intended for general complaints or warranty inquiries.

You also have the option of contacting a relevant external reporting office mentioned in §19 – §23 HinSchG or participating in a reporting procedure of institutions, bodies, offices or other agencies of the European Union. We have listed the following reporting channels for you as examples:

Reporting office of the Confederation
Reporting office of the Federal Financial Supervisory Authority
Reporting office of the Bundeskartellamt
Reporting office of the European Union
Reporting office of the tax administration of the state of Baden-Württemberg
Reporting office of the Ministry of the Environment, Climate Protection and the Energy Sector Baden-Württemberg