NCC is a New Zealand Ministry of Justice (MOJ) registered agency that handles extremely sensitive information for our clients. With our partners Sterling RISQ, we process police, Visa, bankruptcy and right to work checks for millions of individuals each year.
Data security is of the utmost importance to NCC. We strive to be fully transparent in explaining how we gather, store, share and use all data with our clients.
What is the impact of a data leak or hack?
If your business is running background checks without the correct security methods, or using inferior solutions, you run the risk of exposing your applicants, employees and perhaps partners. This could create both legal and financial turmoil, with private or government legal action, PR damage, loss of business or worse.
How does NCC ensure all data is secure?
NCC uses highly advanced security and encryption methods, with internal and external consultants regularly reviewing every part of our system to stay ahead of cybercriminals.
Some of our advanced security methods include:
- All data transfers and digital transactions use SSL.
- All data is stored encrypted at rest.
- We only use fault-tolerant data storage facilities.
- All systems and applications have anti-virus software and firewalls.
If you would like to know more about how we use and protect data for your company’s background checks, please feel free to contact our business team today.
Where can I find more information?
Who does NCC partner with?
We work with growing start-ups or already established companies that require background checks on their applicants and employees.
Who is National Crime Check (NCC)?
NCC is a Ministry of Justice registered agency, providing advanced criminal background and identity verification services. NCC partners with healthcare, financial services, staffing, retail and other sectors to mitigate corporate risks such as workplace violence, theft and fraud.