Having an Information Technology and Confidentiality Policy in place means Employers and Employees are on the same page about their rights and responsibilities for using company IT facilities, and dealing with confidential information.
The policy covers how the Company may operate and monitor IT Facilities; and what constitutes appropriate use by staff. It also covers the security of IT Facilities and Confidential Information and monitoring of IT Facilities if applicable.
Unlike some policies, the core obligations of the IT & Confidentiality Policy are contained in the Relevant Legislation, and not decided by the company.
The BAL IT & Confidentiality Policy covers topics relevant to the following Federal laws:
- Copyright Act 1968
- Copyright Amendment (Digital Agenda) Act 2000
- Crimes Act 1914
- Commonwealth and Territory legislation listed in the Bullying, Harassment &
- Discrimination Policy
- Privacy Act 1988
- Crimes Act 1900
- Workplace Privacy Act 2011
- Listening Devices Act 1992
The Policy also covers:
- Application and Enforceability;
- Appropriate Use;
- Personal Use;
- Prohibitied and Required Conduct;
- Confidential Information;
- Password Security;
- Reporting Requirements;
- Monitoring IT Facilities;
- Listening Devices; and
- Disciplinary Sanctions and Misconduct.
Protect yourself, your staff, and your company by putting an IT & Confidentiality Policy in Place.
The BAL IT & Confidentiality Policy is also available as part of the Complete Policy Suite.
Once you order and pay for your policy, the team at BAL Lawyers will call or email to get some more information from you in regards to your business. They will then populate the policy and send through to you. If you have any questions, please contact us.