Privacy Act Compliance
Identity theft costs Australians more than $2.2 billion a year, according to the credit bureau Baycorp Advantage.
In a bid to protect Australians against fraud, the Australian Government outlined serious responsibilities for “record keepers” in the 1988 Privacy Act that held them accountable to accredited paper-shredding, document-destruction and paper-recycling measures.
Principle 4 of the Privacy Act mandates that record-keepers must protect records “against loss; against unauthorised access, use, modification or disclosure; and against other misuse”.
What does this mean for you?
If you are an organsiation or person who collects personal information, you are directly responsible for the secure destruction of the data through paper shredding, document destruction and paper recycling to protect against misuse.
Advance Security Destruction Services can help you.
Our company’s vehicles, facility, destruction, and procedures are reassessed for the destruction of Classified and Sensitive Material every three years.
Our document-destruction measures prevent unauthorised agencies from:
- Accessing bank account numbers and tax file numbers through your company hardware.
- Taking out loans in the names of you or your staff members.
- Conducting fraudulent business activities in your company name .
- Transferring responsibility for crimes to your name.
- Damaging your brand reputation.
- Creating costly litigation for you.
We take your security seriously, engaging in the highest standards of document destruction, paper shredding and paper recycling available in Australia.
Safeguard your bottom line and brand reputation from fraudulent activity by engaging us in secure document destruction.
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