Recruitment System Announcement

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12 June 2018 - UPDATE

Today, our recruitment software provider, PageUp advised us of the latest findings from their ongoing investigation, following a breach of their system: “While investigations continue, on the balance of probabilities, PageUp believes certain personal data relating to its clients, placement agencies, applicants, references and our employees has been accessed.” You can read more here: https://www.pageuppeople.com/unauthorised-activity-on-it-system/

PageUp confirmed today:

“Forensic investigations by PageUp have confirmed that an unauthorised person gained access to PageUp systems and personal data relating to clients, job applicants, references and PageUp employees. PageUp’s forensic experts have identified that compromised data may include names, street addresses, email addresses, and telephone numbers.  Importantly, PageUp is confident that the most critical data categories including resumes, financial information, Australian tax file numbers, employee performance reports and employment contracts are not affected in this incident.”



6 June 2018

Scentre Group has recently become aware of a potential issue involving a security breach of our third-party recruitment software provider, PageUp.

We, along with many other Australian organisations, use PageUp’s online tools to support our talent recruitment activities, including the management of our online job application forms.

Today, PageUp confirmed to us that they’ve experienced a security breach to their systems – you can read more here: https://www.pageuppeople.com/unauthorised-activity-on-it-system/

As a result, we’ve immediately ceased managing our candidate applications through PageUp’s system.

PageUp is undertaking forensic analysis to attempt to determine what aspects of their systems may have been compromised.  We’re communicating with Page Up to understand the extent of impacts, if any. We’ve also undertaken a thorough investigation of our own software systems and have not identified any suspicious activity.

Although there’s no indication that any Scentre Group applicants have been impacted by this incident, we take cyber security and privacy extremely seriously and, as a precaution, we’re contacting all applicants who’ve submitted resumes through the system since we began using it in October 2017, to advise of the issue.

What action should you take?

If you’ve uploaded your resume to Scentre Group via our online form between October 2017 – June 6 2018, we recommend you check that there’s been no recent unusual activity concerning your personal information.  The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) provides guidance to individuals affected by a data breach.

What happens now?

If you’ve recently applied for a role, you’ll hear from our Talent Team shortly regarding next steps in the recruitment process. 

If you’re applying for a role today, you can continue to do so by emailing  scentregroupcareers@scentregroup.com

In the meantime, we’ll continue to provide updates regarding the PageUp issue as new information becomes available.

If you have any questions, you can access the PageUp website here, read Scentre Group FAQs, or contact Kristy Araipu, Scentre Group HR Manager – Talent, directly at KAraipu@Scentregroup.com

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