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National Data Security Standards for Health and Social Care: Information Governance Summit 2017

Monday 26 June 2017
De Vere West One Conference Centre, London

National Data Security Standards for Health and Social Care: Information Governance Summit 2017
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The National Information Governance Summit 2017 focuses on monitoring adherence to the 10 National Standards for Data Security which were proposed by the National Data Guardian, Dame Fiona Caldicott in July 2016. Through national updates, extended in-depth sessions and practical case studies the conference will provide you with a guide to ensuring compliance with the new standards in practice.

Benefits of attending

  • Understand national policy developments in Information Governance
  • Learn from a recent NHS Trust cyber attack
  • Assure leadership of the National Data Security Standards within your organization
  • Understand how you can monitor adherence and audit against the standards
  • Ensure you can produce evidence that you are taking action to improve cyber security in your organization
  • Understand the implications of updates to the Information Governance Toolkit
  • Understand the implications of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in healthcare
  • Up date yourself on current legal issues and implications for information governance in practice
  • Embed the learning from data security breaches

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