For administrative controls I would administer a password policy. For the logical/technical controls I would have passwords checked and enforced. For the software controls I would make sure that updates are checked regularly. 3. For NetSecIT, I would implement all access controls on this organization because of the size of the company and the remote access.
UNIT 4222-209 HANDILING INFORMATION IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE SETTINGS. OUTCOME 1 Understand the need for secure handiling of information in health and social care settings. 1.1 Identify the legislation that relates to the recording, storage and sharing of information in health and social care. The legislation relating to this are, CQC standards reg 20 personal records remain confidential. Data Protection Act 1998 1.2 Explain why it is important to have secure systems for recording and storing information in a health and social care settings.
Handle information in Health and Social Care settings. Outcome 1 Understand the need for secure handling of information in Health and Social care settings 1.1 Identify what legislation relates to recording, storing and sharing information in health and social care settings. Information that is given to employer/manager is all subject to the Data Protection Act 1998, which covers medical records, social service records, credit information, local authority information and many more. Anything relating to a person, whether fact or opinion, is personal data. Anyone processing personal data must comply with the either enforceable principles of good practice laid down in the Data Protection Act 1998.
Assignment 307 Kayleigh Bramhall Task ai Data protection act Freedom of information act Care standards Human rights act Aii) On day to day duties as a social care worker you are expected to follow a set of rules which is the code of practice. Such codes are very important each one of us will encounter than a few times a day. Whilst handling information you are in receipt of information that could put the patient at risk if it were to land in the wrong hands. By following the rules of confidentiality you are following the data protection act which is a law introduced to protect individuals personal information, it is the main piece of legislation that offers protection of personal data. Aiii) 1.
All communications are confidential and on a “need to know” basis. Communication between colleagues is essential, so that it ensures a continuity of care for the client and so all staff are aware of the up to date needs of the client. Different ways to communicate in a health and social care setting are during a handover and an up to date accurate communication book. 2. Explain how communication affects relationships in the work setting Communication in the workplace is an important part of my role.
Ref 29 Understand how to handle information in social care settings 1.1 Identify the legislation that relates to the recording, storage and sharing of information in social Care. The data protection act 1998 is a law to ensure the safety of data/information. Anything relating to a person whether true or not is personal information. This law is to protect us from breaches of confidentiality. 1.2 Explain why it is important to have secure systems for recording and storing information in a Social care setting.
 Promote Good Practice in Handling Information in Health and Social Care Settings Outcome 1 - Understand requirements for handling information in health and social-care settings 1.1 Identify legislation and codes of practice that relate to handling information in health and social care The Data Protection Act 1998 is a key piece of legislation to ensure people's rights regarding the confidentiality of their personal information. It highlights 8 principles that define good practice when handling someone else's personal data and breaching these principles can lead to serious legal implications. In health and social care many policies and procedures are based on the principles of the Data Protection Act to ensure that client details remain confidential. The Human Rights Act 1998 also states the right to a private life. The right to have one's private life respected also includes that private and confidential information gets respected and that details are shared and stored in accordance with strict rules and regulations.
Identify the legislation that relates to the recording, storage and sharing of information in health and social care the health and social care act 2012 Data protection act 1998 Freedom of information act 2000 Human rights act Explain why it is important to have secure systems for recording and storing information in a health and social care setting. It is important so that you comply with legislation, it is the right of the individual and staff for their information to be protected although information should be accessible for those who need it. It is important to protect confidentiality and it is also important to prevent identity theft. It maintains the rights of the individuals, it is important to have secure systems for recording and storing information so that the individuals personal information is safe from unauthorised viewing, and their information is inaccessible to unauthorised personnel. Describe how to access guidance, information and advice about handling information You can access guidance from inductions and training and further education such as QCF qualifications, you can access information through your company’s policies and procedures.
Unit 307 Outcome 1 1.There are numerous pieces of legislation and codes of practice designed to protect individuals. These are to protect from the breeches of confidentiality were the information held on that of the individual is only reviewed by staff directly involved in their care. The data act 1998 is a piece of legislation which defines the law on processing data of people living within the United Kingdom. One of the central codes of practice in health and social care has been provided by the GSCC and it sets standards of practise and behaviour for staff working in those areas, including information and maintaining confidentiality. 2.
Understand how to handle information in social care settings- Unit 209 1.1 All information, however it is stored, is subject to the date protection act 1998, which covers medical records social service records, credit information, local authority information and so on. Anything relating to a person, whether fact or opinion, is personal data. Data is the same thing as information in relation to the Act. Anyone processing personal date must comply with the eight enforceable principles of good practice laid down in the Data Protection Act 1998. Data must be: Fairly and lawfully protected Processed for limited purposes Adequate, relevant and not excessive Accurate Not kept for longer than necessary Processed in accordance with the date subject's rights Kept secure Not transferred to countries without adequate protection.