How We Use Data

Definition

Data privacy relates to how a piece of information—or data—should be handled based on its relative importance.

For instance, you likely wouldn’t mind sharing your name with a stranger in the process of introducing yourself, but there’s other information you wouldn’t share, at least not until you become more acquainted with that person.

De-identified

Deidentification is the process used to prevent someone’s personal identity from being revealed.

When you use our screening or platform, the data collected are de-identifies, this means, no one will be able to track back who did a screening based on the data we collected to provide you with the results.

Security

Data security is a set of standards and technologies that protect data from intentional or accidental destruction, modification or disclosure.

All data we collect are securely stored on hosted servers in Australia Sydney using Amazon Web Service cloud.

Selling Data

We do not sell your personal information to anyone.

We use your personal data where it is necessary to provide the User and/or Assessee with access to, and use of our Platform and eAssessment service.

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