Everything you need to know about GDPR and what it means for you
On the 25 May 2018 the EU General Data Protection Regulation (EU GDPR) took effect, which has subsequently been written into UK law (UK GDPR) following the withdrawal agreement with the EU.
Our goal is to safeguard the privacy of individuals and the confidentiality, integrity, availability and quality of the information we manage. We do this because it’s what our customers trust us to do with their most sensitive information, not just because it’s required by law.
We have a culture of continuous improvement, so a dedicated team, drawing on legal, privacy, IT and clinical experts work together to manage our business processes, IT and organisational controls, customer literature, and third party arrangements against the requirements of the UK GDPR.