Public Sector Event
Health and Social Care Data Security Conference
Venue: Central London
Date: 29 Nov 2016
Synopsis: Capita Conferences’ Health and Social Care Data Security Conference prepares health and social care professionals for radical changes to data protection rules with cyber security, information governance and data protection rapidly rising to the top of the healthcare agenda.
2016 sees the introduction of the National Data Guardian’s new data security standards, a dedicated NHS cyber security team and the publication of the Care Quality Commission’s review into data security in the NHS.
As cyber attacks become more frequent, and with the NHS moving towards increasing use of mobile devices, electronic records and online services, this conference equips you with the tools to minimise your information security risks whilst keeping pace with the ever changing digital world.
Our timely event helps you prepare for the impending changes to data protection by taking action now to secure the handling of data across three themes: people, processes and technology. Key topics addressed include:
- Ensuring governance, accountability and organisational wide staff training for data security
- Embedding robust processes to manage data security breaches
- Tackling emerging cyber threats in healthcare
This conference is vital for all health and social care providers from GPs and small care providers to large NHS Trusts and local authorities. All will need to comply with the new standards to ensure that patients and service users can trust that their health and care data is kept safe and secure.
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