Security and technology
International standard security that ensures your data and information assets are safe

As a financial technology company, we deal with both financial and sensitive personal information. Therefore it’s critical that we have robust technology and processes to keep our customers’ and clients’ information safe. We are proud to have implemented an information Security Management System that is certified to conform to the internationally-recognised ISO/IEC 27001 standard.

This standard doesn’t just cover our technology, it’s across our entire business as a core commitment from the Ignition Advice Board.

Information Security Management you can count on: for your business and ours

For you, knowing that the Ignition Advice Information Security Management System (ISMS) meets the stringent requirements of the ISO/IEC 27001 standard means that the information you provide us is secure.

And, just as importantly, the information we receive from your clients is too. Our data and information security management practices not only meet the Standard, they’re supported by ongoing training, auditing, monitoring and annual certification by an independent third party authority.

Systems that support compliance with major local and international privacy and cyber security laws

Our hardware, software and the all-important processes relating to handling it are covered by our system – but our commitment doesn’t end there. We also operate a Risk Management System to ensure all our advice, service and support activities are all compliant with key regulatory legislation. It’s this holistic approach that places security squarely where it belongs: at the centre of our solution. That means security for you, and security for your clients.

We actively maintain compliance with the following legislation:

  • Corporations Act 2001
  • Privacy Act 1988 and Australian Privacy Principles
  • Copyright Act 1968 and Copyright Amendment (Digital Agenda) Act 2000
  • Patents Act 1990
  • Spam Act 2003
  • Cybercrime Act 2001
  • Electronic Transactions Act 1999

We also regularly monitor and update our solutions in line with regulatory changes such as Centrelink rate changes and government-mandated thresholds.

Cyber attack and disaster recovery planning

With the ever-present and increasing risk of cyber attack, hacking and associated fraud, Ignition Advice takes significant proactive steps to protect itself and its clients.

In addition to information security and AFSL regulatory compliance, we plan and practise business continuity in a variety of scenarios, including hacking and cyber attack.

But don’t take our word for it – ask our independent certifier.


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