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The Data Security and Protection Toolkit (DSPT) is an online self-assessment tool that all organisations must use if they have access to NHS patient data and systems.
We undertake a range of national and local monitoring services, designed to identify vulnerabilities, uncover suspicious behaviour and block malicious activity.
We've put together some simple security tips that will help to ensure our work and data remains effective and secure when working from home.
This guidance explains how to procure cyber security services for your NHS organisation. It covers the services provided by NHS Digital, along with services available from the NHS Shared Business Services and National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) framework agreements.
Find out why and how we process your data, and your rights.
Find out how you can stay safe and vigilant against phishing emails, including advice on how to spot a suspicious email and how to report it.
Cyber security guidance for healthcare professionals procuring and deploying connected medical devices
This guidance provides UK professional health providers with cyber security guidance for procuring and deploying Connected Medical Devices (CMDs).
We've published a range of guidance materials on protecting against a cyber security attack.
Security incidents affecting connected medical devices can cause significant disruption to the delivery of healthcare services. Follow our guidance to minimise this risk.
The documentation set is an essential component of any PKI and defines an agreed set of rules for the operation and management of the PKI.