Version 1.1; last updated on 20th October 2017

We understand that privacy and security of client data are of paramount importance. The risk of sensitive client information being compromised is a real concern, whether a firm uses outsourcing, a cloud solution or host their data on a local server.

We place a great deal of importance on ensuring that the people we hire are of good character and ensure that they are well supervised. In addition to this, we have taken a number of steps to restrict and control the security of client information to ensure that we comply with the Australian Privacy Act and the Australian Information Commissioner. Please refer to our separate Privacy Policy Statement for further details.

The Privacy Act requires a business to take reasonable steps to protect personal and sensitive information. Below outlines the steps we have taken when setting up our service offering.


    • No access to web browser emails (i.e. Gmail, Hotmail) unless specified by our client.
    • Staff members are not allowed to use their own devices (smartphone, Ipads) at work. They are kept in a secured locker.
    • All USB drives on computers are disabled to prevent loading any malicious software or downloading information to an external drive.
    • Staff members are well-supervised. Either the Office Manager or a Team Leader will be supervising staff at all times.
    • Our office is in a secured building with CCTV cameras and security guards on the premises 24 hours.
  • Access to the office is restricted using swipe cards or biometric screening.


    • No printers are connected to PC’s (dual screens are provided to improve productivity).
    • Surveillance software is used to monitor emails and track computer activities. Screenshots are taken every 3 to 9 minutes.
  • Our network is configured with a country based IP block that only allows IP addresses from our office PCs.