Blogs posted by National Crime Check

NCC not affected by Log4J vulnerability

Posted by National Crime Check on 14/12/2021

CVE-2021-44228 relates to a vulnerability in Log4j, a Java logging framework. National Crime Check does not make use of the Java language or ecosystem or specifically Log4j. NCC does make use of the Amazon Web Services platform. All relevant parts of this service (S3, EC2, etc) as used by NCC...

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EOFY: Is your business complaint?

Posted by National Crime Check on 21/06/2021

As we get near to the end of the financial year, now is a great time to do a stocktake of all of your employees and volunteers, and make sure that everyone is fully up-to-date with the police checks and orhter compliance requirements. Do you trust your employees? Are you...

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Get a police check using the NCC Mobile App

Posted by National Crime Check on 08/06/2021

National Crime Check are proud to annouce their newest product offering, the NCC Mobile App! This app allows you to conduct the entire criminal history application process directly on your mobile device. The first release of this app is for Android devices, with the iPhone version available later this month....

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Police Checks within the Australian education system

Posted by National Crime Check on 28/05/2021

The Australian education system is considered one of the best in the world, made up of thousands of dedicated childcare workers, preschools teachers, primary and secondary teachers, universities lecturers, TAFE teachers and private educators. Teaching is also considered one of Australia's most stable professions and the Australian Bureau of Statistics...

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Announcing InstaID Document Verification Services

Posted by National Crime Check on 13/05/2021

National Crime Check is an accredited gateway into the DVS (Document Verification System) allowing for at-source verification of government-issued documents. In today's world, validating a person's identity is a fundamental process for safety and security, for small and larger organisations. Take real estate, where just one misleading client can undermine...

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