DATA PRIVACY AND Cyber Security COMPLIANCE
The Health and Social care sector need to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (UK GDPR) and by law, most require a named Data Protection Officer to oversee that the organisation is correctly interpreting the regulation and embedding this through a Data Privacy Framework.
Moore ClearComm works in partnership with a wide variety of key stakeholders across the UK digital health and social care sector, leading the way with the design and delivery of cyber security, GDPR and mandatory compliance projects and solutions for:
- Academic Health Science Networks (AHSN)
- NHS Trusts
- NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCG)
- National Care Home Groups
- Independent Health and Social Care Providers
- Community Service Providers and Charitable Trusts
- General Medical Practices
- Research and Clinical Trial Organisations
Our support is critical to care providers in providing advice and guidance on GDPR compliance, keeping service user/patient/residents data safe and secure. We advise and support organisations to ensure they meet compliance standards such Moore ClearComm as the NHS Data Security & Protection Toolkit.
Due to the complexity of the systems, the supply chain, organisational layers and organisational collaborations within this sector added with the sensitivity of the data processed and collected, the attack surface is significant. Almost 50% of all organisational data breaches and cyber-attacks directly affects care providers.
Within the Governance, Risk and Compliance space GDPR staff training forms a fundamental part of complying with the regulation and here at Moore ClearComm we can deliver this in the format of Online E-Learning or Virtual Presentation formats.