Introductory offer: Save 10% on the new DSP Toolkit Documentation Templates

To mark the launch of the Data Security and Protection (DSP) Toolkit, we are offering 10% off our DSP Toolkit Documentation Templates when purchased before 30 June. 

The DSP Toolkit has superseded the Information Governance (IG) Toolkit as the standard for cyber and data security for healthcare organisations. It aims to ensure that data security is prioritised at all levels within all organisations that have access to NHS patient data. 

Compliance with the DSP Toolkit requires organisations to demonstrate that they are implementing the ten data security standards recommended by the National Data Guardian Review as well as complying with the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). 

All health and care providers must comply with the DSP Toolkit, as well as any supplier or commercial third party who access NHS networks. Contrary to the requirements of the IG Toolkit, care homes are also required to comply. Baseline submissions are due by October 2018 and all submissions need to meet the DSP Toolkit’s mandatory requirements by March 2019. 

Take the first steps toward compliance with the new DSP Toolkit  

DSP Toolkit Documentation Templates 

Developed by information security experts, this comprehensive set of ready-to-implement documentation templates and project tools has been specifically designed for health and social care organisations that need to submit evidence to demonstrate compliance with the DSP Toolkit requirements. Designed to save you time and money, easily embed the pre-formatted templates into your organisation to help you achieve your compliance goals. 

Introductory offer: Save 10% when purchased before 30 June 

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How can we help? 

IT Governance’s health and social care experts are available to discuss how your organisation can achieve and demonstrate compliance in the most cost-effective manner. Our solutions allow you to use your internal resources where possible and embed compliance practices in organisational practices to maintain standards after your initial implementation phase. 

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