This Privacy Statement describes the way in which Psych Press collect, manage, and disclose student personal information.
Personal student information is collected in relation to career assessments, academic assessments, school administration, NCCD data collection, student well-being assessments, or academic analysis.
Psych Press will never disclose personal, individual information to any party other than authorised staff of a student’s school, unless specifically requested to do so by an authorised staff member of the school.
Psych Press may use de-identified test responses for research and test development purposes, however this information is always de-identified (i.e., names are removed). In this instance, an individual's information is not able to be identified.
We are committed to ensuring that privacy is respected and maintained at all times and seek to act in compliance with the Privacy Amendment (Private sector) Act 2000 and the National Privacy Principles set out in the Privacy Act 1988.
How do we store and protect your personal information?
All Personal Information is stored in an encrypted database server hosted in a cloud environment in Australia. Daily backups of this database server are taken which are also encrypted at rest. Thirdly, all data transfer is transmitted over encrypted channels only. Lastly, for the purposes of de-identification, Psych Press also encrypts all Personally Identifiable Information (PII) such as names, email addresses, etc. within the database using AES-256 encryption standards.
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