Protecting your data and security
April 14 2023
Supporting our customers in case of data breaches
Considering recent cyber-attacks and data breaches across Australia, our customers’ and partners’ data and security is of utmost importance to us. Here are the ways we protect you:
- Data security is a top priority for bzTrack. Our cloud hosting is provided by world-class cloud service provider Amazon Web Services and we have 24-hour surveillance and protection. All data is fully encrypted and always up-to-date.
- Strong encryption protocols to ensure the confidentiality and integrity of data both at rest and in transit
- We collect and store bank account details (BSB, account number and account holder name) and no other details are collected or stored. All sensitive data is encrypted in the database.
- All access to our networks is protected by authentication with password and authentication keys. All communications to the network is via secure channels (HTTPS and SSH).
- Vulnerability Assessments and Penetration Testing are regularly performed on the networks to ensure our highest levels of security.
- We have engaged with Vectra Corporation (https://www.vectra-corp.com/) for our Security Operations Centre (SOC) and Security Incident and Event Management (SIEM) monitoring and also for assessment for PCI DSS certification for advanced threat detection. We have implemented IBM’s QRadar for SOC and SIEM software.
- We have engaged with Crossbow Labs (https://cbl.world/) for Virtual Security Services advising and guiding to ensure controls required for PCI DSS certification and ISO 27001 certification are in place.
If you want to find out more information about how we keep your data safe, please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org
We take security seriously and are a proud supporter of The Australian Cyber Security Centre. They offer helpful information on what to do if you think you’ve been a victim of a cyber-attack including:
What do I do if my data has been breached?
- 1. Know how you are affected. If you are informed of a breach, or read about one in the media, make sure you understand what data may be affected. Consider contacting the organisation that has been breached to find out what personal or sensitive data has been compromised.
- 2. Follow the steps in the ACSC tool 'Have you been hacked?' to find out what you can do if your information has been breached. Select ‘My information has been lost or stolen’ and follow the prompts. The tool will help you secure your finances, accounts, email and identity.
- 3. If your password has been compromised, reset all accounts with that password immediately.
- 4. Be sure to confirm any communications from an organisation with an official source. Scammers might try to take advantage of you because of a data breach. For example, you may receive an email asking you to reset your password because it was compromised. Go to the official website to do this instead of using any links provided in the email.
- 5. Review your account security settings. Some online services allow you to view what devices have recently used your login details and any recent transactions. You can usually also log out those devices from these settings.
- 6. Refer to the Office of the Australian Information Commission website for more information on how to respond to a data breach containing your contact details, financial information, government-issued identity documents, tax file number and tax-related information and health information.
- 7. Visit the IDCARE website and complete the Get Help Form. IDCARE is Australia and New Zealand’s national identity support service. An IDCARE Identity and Cyber Security Case Manager can work with you to develop a specific response plan for your situation and support you through the process.
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