Integrity Business College will ensure and maintain adequate security and protection from misuse, interference, loss and unauthorised access, modification or disclosure.
Databases holding personal information are password protected to ensure authorised access only is gained.
Hardcopy documents containing personal information is secured within locked storage facilities at all times. Only authorised persons can gain access to these facilities.
Virus and firewall protection software is enabled on computer systems to prevent any situations of attacks, viruses and disabling of computer systems.
Any personal information that is not required to be held for the purposes of audit or records management will be disposed of in accordance with both the Federal and relevant State Privacy Acts, and adheres to the principles referred to in those Acts.
Integrity must ensure that all records are retained relating to participation in training and relating services for seven (7) years after their completion/ withdrawal. These records must be available for audit purposes.
Integrity must also retain client records for attainment of units of competency and qualifications for a period of thirty (30) years
Records will be disposed of in accordance with the Public Records Act 1973. Records destruction will be secure, irreversible, safe and environmentally friendly. The most common disposal method is shredding.