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Happy New Year

From the Team at Meercat Riskview / VelocityEHS… 

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Meercat RiskView Hosting Environment 

We have had a few questions from our users regarding the security, privacy and sovereignty of the RiskView system since the announcement of Meercat’s purchase by VelocityEHS in the United States.

Please rest assured that no aspect of the Meercat RiskView hosting environment has been changed as a result of the VelocityEHS acquisition.

We are continually finding ways to improve the reliability, performance and security of the RiskView hosting environment and any future changes will only be made to further improve the security and privacy of your information.

Recently we completed Penetration Testing (PEN testing) on the environment which not only confirmed the robustness of the environment, but identified some additional improvements which have either already been implemented or are in the process of being implemented. In addition, SSO support, as implemented by default in Version 8, across all our customer sites will only strengthen the security perimeter further.

As we align with Velocity’s processes over the coming months and years, we expect that our currently high levels of security will only increase with the benefit of their deep pool of technical specialist resources and experience. However, we can assure all our customers that no changes to their hosting environment will be made without appropriate consultation with you.

If there are any specific concerns related to the Meercat RiskView hosting environment, security, data residence, etc. please don’t hesitate to contact us on (08)6468-5351 or support@meercat.com.au

Bushfire Relief: How you can help those in need

Australia is reeling as firefighters battle relentless blazes around the nation. Here’s how to help those affected by the devastation.


Photo by Ben Shepherd, NSW Rural Fire Service. https://www.nsw.gov.au

The scale of the Australian bushfire crisis is hard to comprehend. The wildfires have so far burned more than 12 million acres, they have killed at least 24 people, and nearly 2000 homes have been destroyed.

In NSW alone, the fires have killed nearly 500 million birds, reptiles and mammals.

Visit the below sites to find out what you can do to help those affected by the devastation:

Firefighters
NSW Rural Fire Service (RFS)
VIC Country Fire Authority (CFA)

Persons Affected
The Salvation Army
Australian Red Cross

Wildlife
Wildlife Information, Rescue and Education Services (WIRES)
World Wildlife Foundation (WWF)

Additional links to deserving services can he found by clicking here

 

Wishing you a safe, healthy and prosperous 2020

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