To ensure that all customer data is governed by the National Data Breach (NDB) scheme. The scheme protects consumer data by ensuring that all data is governed by Australian law, by ensuring that all data is hosted within Australian borders. We guarantee data is within Australia for a number of reasons:
Our goal with data sovereignty is aligned with our belief that if your information is online, that information is owned wholly by the individuals whos personal information is recorded.
Whether your data is self-hosted on premise, or located within a data center, we ensure that all systems we build, modify or recommend maintain sovereignty for the information which is stored on the systems.
All managed services offered through Data Fidelity via VentraIP are 100% Sovereign.
Matt is the lead Developer, Designer & Database Architect for projects through Data Fidelity.
Since 2016 has been working in the Data & Web space, and full-time since 2020.
Matt started his IT journey in 2016 building quote estimating tools, DISC profiling systems and web-published spreadsheets in a series of administrative roles. Beginning his studies in 2017 studying Bachelor of Applied IT encompassing all broad information & communication technology skills from PC components through to mission-critical system methodologies, and planning hyper-redundancies with data management and delivery.
His passion for data came from the discovery that data itself has an intrinsic, real-life value, and that in today’s world, something as small as a byte of data has the power to change the world; and that most people overlook the small stuff. Matt can see and understand the data in everything digital we use such as streaming services, wifi modems, even regular TV or cellular networks.
While there are quite a few people who know how to build a basic website in 2021, most “website builders” cannot run an SQL query, or build a database itself to either complement an existing website framework, or build an entirely new framework. Such systems with effective planning and developing can become very powerful assets to industry; something Matt has a knack for delivering.
In his spare time when he is not building Australian websites, Matt enjoys spending time with his three kids; Indi, Wyatt & Willow. Because Matt is born & raised in Australia, he is fascinated with our cultural history and national identity. This culminates in hobbies such as numismatics and rare Australiana book collecting.
The concept of Data Fidelity was first thought of when Matt was introduced to Bitcoin in 2011; The idea that a technology could be self-governing and self-regulating, and could be applied to something so critical to society such as currency, interested Matt and he wanted to learn more about the potential of technology and what it can do for the world. It also made Matt realise that technology can either be the best, or the worst thing to happen to our society, our lives and the environment. The outcome is dependent on how educated we are on what we are using, which is why Data Fidelity recommends for all to read the GNU Philosophy.
Prior to his formal education, Matt was a volunteer for the IBM Call For Code which brought innovation through technology to improve under-developed countries. From Call For Code, shortly thereafter another IBM project was launched, Hyperledger, which Matt was able to beta-test running in a Kubernetes cluster. Hyperledger was a use case of blockchain technology directly applied to industry and supply-chain management without any financial or token value, but its value rather was its store of data pertaining to a supply chain. Currently, Matt is a contributing member to the Global Reporting Institude (GRI) making recommendations as part of a global think tank on what global technology standards should be for all internet-connected devices.
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