Security Policy

Please familiarise yourself with Stackle’s Security Policy.


Stackle requires all users to exercise a duty of care in relation to the operation and use of its information systems.

Authorised users of information systems with the exception of information published for public consumption, all users of Stackle information systems must be formally authorised by appointment as a member of staff or contractor.

Authorised users will pay due care and attention to protect Stackle information in their personal possession. Confidential, personal or private information must not be copied or transported without consideration of:

  • Permission of the information owner
  • The risks associated with loss or falling into the wrong hands
  • How the information will be secured during transport and at its destination.

Acceptable use of information systems use of Stackle information systems by authorised users will be lawful, honest and decent and shall have regard to the rights and sensitivities of other people.

Stackle’s Chief Technology Officer who are responsible for information systems are required to ensure that:

  1. Systems are adequately protected from unauthorised access.
  2. Systems are secured against theft and damage to a level that is cost-effective.
  3. Adequate steps are taken to ensure the availability of the information system, commensurate with its importance (Business Continuity).
  4. Electronic data can be recovered in the event of loss of the primary source. I.e. failure or loss of a computer system. It is incumbent on all system owners to backup data and to be able to restore data to a level commensurate with its importance (Disaster Recovery).
  5. Data is maintained with a high degree of accuracy.
  6. Systems are used for their intended purpose and that procedures are in place to rectify discovered or notified misuse.
  7. Any electronic access logs are only retained for a justifiable period to ensure compliance with the data protection, investigatory powers and freedom of information acts.
  8. Any third parties entrusted with Stackle data understand their responsibilities with respect to maintaining its security.