Docscentre owns and manages a dedicated legal documents platform to assist its customers to establish and register new legal structures and make variations to existing structures.
The business has several brands servicing national customer bases. All brands, customers and users of the Docscentre Platform are required to adhere to the data policies of the platform.
The platform is authorised by the ATO to provide Digital Services, which is regulated by the ATO and the ABRS. The service undergoes annual audits to ensure compliance. In addition, service providers must ensure that data shared via API’s also comply with the ATO requirements.
The team at Docscentre ensures that the platform continues to meet its obligations for the benefit of our users and customers to keep their data safe. The company maintains up to date virus and firewall protection systems, ensures all third-party software are kept up to date and staff are vetted, authorised and trained on the policies for data security and protection.
All user-based access must be controlled by a unique username and password.
- Shared logins are not permitted and must be blocked by Docscentre
- Remember-me functionality must be limited to less than 24 hours
- Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is mandatory and does not include social media logins, for example, Google/Microsoft/Facebook.
All data is hosted onshore, including redundant systems, and is managed by Australian owned businesses.
The company employs Encryption Key Management and Public Key Infrastructure which includes asymmetric/public key algorithms, hashing algorithms and symmetric algorithms as per Australian Government guidelines.
Data is encrypted at the disk, container, application or database level. Encryption at rest follows Australian Government guidelines.
Data is encrypted in transit by an endorsed and approved cryptographic protocol, as per Australian Government guidelines.