National Artificial Eye Service aims to ensure secure transmission of patient data
• Service becomes fully compliant with GDPR and NHS Information Governance Regulations for transfer of confidential or sensitive data
• User-friendly authentication with files of up to 5TB transferred easily and securely
• Full audit trail with real-time monitoring enabling termination of any suspect activity
• Highlights that a modern secure communications strategy requires more than encrypted email and a ban on fax machines
Henley-on-Thames (UK), January 8, 2019 — The National Artificial Eye Service (NAES) is currently piloting the use of XM SendSecure in order to address potential information governance issues around the transfer of sensitive patient information that had been identified by the IT team. As a national body covering England, it is important to be able to exchange sensitive information securely with people inside and outside...