These requirements are across the three leadership obligations under which the ten data security standards are grouped: people, process and technology.
What are the three leadership obligations?
The process of becoming a leader never stops. It’s ongoing — and it hinges on three fundamental obligations: listening, communicating, and acting as your most authentic self.
What are NDG Data Security standards?
The NDG is Dame Fiona Caldicott and the requirements of the NDG are: All staff ensure that personal confidential data is handled, stored and transmitted securely, whether in electronic or paper form. Personal confidential data is only shared for lawful and appropriate purposes.
What is the DSP Toolkit?
The Data Security and Protection Toolkit (DSPT) is an online self-assessment tool that allows organisations to measure their performance against the National Data Guardian’s 10 data security standards. … The DSPT also provides organisations with a means of reporting security incidents and data breaches.
Should not be used to send personal information unless absolutely necessary?
Under what is known as the common law duty of confidentiality, confidential information (information that individuals disclose in confidence) should not be used or shared further without the consent of the individual.
What is the national data opt out policy?
The national data opt-out is a service that allows patients to opt out of their confidential patient information being used for research and planning. Patients can find out more and set their opt-out choice on the NHS website.
What is the deadline for completing the DSP Toolkit?
A: As the deadline for submitting your toolkit assessment has been changed to 30 September, this extends the period of delivery for evidence items in the DSP Toolkit. So, the period for which you can count staff as completing the Data Security Awareness Training to achieve 95% is now 1 April 2019 to 30 September 2020.
What is CareCERT?
1 CareCERT: Care Computer Emergency Response Team.
What are NHS data standards?
An information standard is defined in the Health and Social Care Act 2012 as: ‘a document containing standards that relate to the processing of information’. Using information standards means that data can be understood across the sector, and used for planning and monitoring as well as for good patient care.
What is the NHS DSPT?
The DSPT is an online self-assessment tool that measures your organisation’s level of data security against a set of ten national standards. … ‘standards met’ which is the level all NHS organisations need to achieve and is recommended for social care organisations.
Do I need to complete the DSP Toolkit?
Do we have to do the DSP Toolkit at HQ/ Provider level or at a site by site level. You will be required to complete a DSP Toolkit at HQ/ Provider level.
Do private dental practices need to complete the DSP Toolkit?
There have been significant changes to the DSP Toolkit since last year, including the need for most private practices to complete it if they refer any patients to the NHS.