The requesting party shall protect the confidentiality of the consent forms and the information contained therein and protect the records of related SSN checks. This mandate implies the obligation for the requesting party to keep the declaration of consent, either on paper or electronically, for a period of seven years from the date of verification. We also require the requesting party to protect the consent forms from loss or destruction by taking certain security measures set out in the User Agreement. As stated in the CBSV User Agreement, the requesting party must comply with our system security policies in order to ensure the technical security of the data received. The applicant party is also subject to a regular audit, carried out by an independent accountant from the private sector, who reports to us on the results obtained. We can also carry out on-site inspections at the place of business of the requesting party to ensure compliance with all these requirements. CBSV users who choose not to provide this information cannot register to use the CBSV app for their respective businesses, as the system is designed to assign a unique PIN and password to each registrant. This Communication on the voluntary nature of the indication of personal data is made during the online registration process. CBSV users should only request data from us if the requesting party has authorized them to act on behalf of the requesting party and if users have received signed consent forms from individuals whose NSSs are submitted for verification. It is possible that people who are not allowed to use the CBSV app are trying to access it to get SSN checks under fake sheets.
It is also possible that someone who has personal knowledge about the cbsv authorized user or attempts to steal their user ID and password may fraudulently obtain SSN verifications. However, any attempt to obtain personal information about another person from us under false pre-approvals or without the explicit consent of the subject of the registration is unauthorized access and is contrary to the criminal provisions of the Privacy Act 1974. Yes, the BSO system requires a new registration system that registers CBSV users and manages the PII associated with them. The development of this registration system is ongoing.