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Ouch! You know that sinking feeling in your stomach when something goes really really bad?

I bet that’s exactly how Ministry for Culture and Heritage chief executive Bernadette Cavanagh felt when she realised that hundreds of personal documents were available on an unsecured WordPress site. (Much like the one you’re looking at now.)

Culture and Heritage Ministry chief executive Bernadette Cavanagh
Ministry for Culture and Heritage chief executive Bernadette Cavanagh is apologising after a serious privacy breach involving passports and drivers’ licences. Photo: RNZ / Charlotte Cook

In the tightly secured, post-GDPR world that kind of set up should not even be close to an option, and if you work for a company with high-security requirements you’ll be wondering how it ever managed to happen in the first place.

A lot of our customers have information that is highly private. Not just in terms of personal information, but also who is visiting where.

But they also need to register those visitors and use the functions VisitorRego has to offer.

How to achieve both security and functionality? Use the VisitorRego Intranet solution. It allows you to run the service behind the locked doors of your own intranet.

If this is something you need, get in touch with us today.