Data Protection Impact Assessment:

iGPR Managed Service Solution

    • Please read the accompanying DPIA Process Guide before completing this DPIA
    • On completion, please send in the first instance to iGPR Data Protection Officer for initial comments and guidance
Contact details
DPIA Lead  Guy Bridgewater
Role Senior Information Risk Owner
Organisation/Department iGPR Technologies Ltd (iGPR)
Telephone 01527 570005
Email governance@igpr.co.uk

 

Question Response Guidance
Name of System/Process

 

iGPR Managed Service Solution
Name of Data Controller

 

GP Surgery This is the ‘owner’ of the data that will be processed in the course of the activity covered by this impact assessment
Name of Data Processor (if different from above) iGPR Technologies Ltd (iGPR) This is the organisation processing data on behalf of the data controller in line with UK-GDPR Article 28 provisions
Purposes of System/Process

 

The iGPR Managed Service Solution will enable GP surgeries to devolve to iGPR Technologies Ltd (iGPR), the administrative workload involved in responding to requests for medical reports based on the patient medical record from Requesting Third Parties (RTP) with informed patient consent in place, and Data Subject Access Requests (DSARs) received from Requesting Third Parties acting on behalf of the patient or directly from the patient themselves.

 

The Basic, Sars Pro and Premium iGPR product (referred to throughout this DPIA as ‘DPIA product’) offers both GP surgeries and RTPs an efficient and secure method of transferring personal and special category information at the request of patients, and GP surgeries an effective method for responding to DSAR requests.  This supports GP surgeries to demonstrate compliance with the requirements of the UK-General Data Protection Regulations (UK-GDPR) and the Data Protection Act (2018) (DPA) – the iGPR solution is API based and integrates with the specific Electronic Patient Record (EPR) used by the GP surgery.  A separate DPIA is in place to cover the iGPR product (see embedded documents below).

 

Historically, the full administrative process involved in responding to requests for medical reports and DSARs has been managed by GP surgeries in house, utilising the functionality of the iGPR product (where this is in place) and undertaking the operational processes to accept, initiate and complete the reporting process back to patients themselves and/or the RTPs.  Where iGPR is not in place, GP surgeries have customarily carried out the entire process manually.

 

The iGPR Managed Service offer which is covered by this DPIA will allow surgeries to devolve the processing and reporting process for medical reports and DSARs, to iGPR Technologies Ltd, thereby removing a significant proportion of these operational and administrative tasks from the GP Surgery workflow and consequently delivering savings in both staff time and staff costs.  It will allow GP surgeries where the iGPR product is installed, to readily direct the request to the iGPR Managed Service using the iGPR desktop app already available to them.

 

If a request for a medical report or DSAR is received into a GP surgery in paper or electronic format and not through the existing iGPR portal, the surgery may still use the iGPR product to forward the request to the iGPR Managed Service.

 

This needs to be a description of what the project or process will involve.

 

Explain broadly what the project/processing aims to achieve, what the benefits will be to patients, the organisation, to individuals and to other parties.

 

Is the data to be collected to be used only for a specified purpose – e.g., to provide healthcare, facilitate payment for activities, improve services, clinical audit?

 

 

 

 

 

 

What Legal bases are to be used to process any data collected?

 

The legal bases used by iGPR Technologies Ltd to process the information via the iGPR Managed Service offer on behalf of General Practitioners as Data Controllers are:

 

GDPR Article 6.1.a – Consent

GDPR Article 9.2.a – Consent

Where there will be processing of any personal information, a GDPR Article 6 Legal basis will need to be identified; for any processing of special category information, a GDPR Article 9 legal basis will need to be identified. 

You can have an Article 6 legal basis without an Article 9 legal basis (i.e., if the processing is to include just personal information), but you cannot have an Article 9 legal basis without identifying an Article 6 legal basis (because special category information falls under the ‘umbrella’ of personal information.  Your IG&C Lead will be able to help you determine the correct legal basis.  This may be:

Provision of healthcare

Legitimate Interest

Vital interest of an individual

Contract

Compliance with a legal obligation

Public interest or official authority

Consent

 

 

Which Data Subject Rights apply to this/these legal basis/bases and how will these be met? As a data processor, iGPR Technologies Ltd will assist the GP surgery to meet all relevant data subject rights and will inform the GPs as data controllers should any request be made by a data subject directly to iGPR outside the specific scope and terms of the Managed Service Agreement and iGPR will not attempt to fulfil such requests themselves under any circumstances.  As the data to be transferred and/or shared between controllers is healthcare data, the following data subject rights will apply:

 

Right to Information

Right to Access (with potential redaction as per Schedule 3 of the Data Protection Act)

Right to Rectification (in line with relevant healthcare regulatory requirements)

Right to Object (in line with relevant healthcare regulatory requirements)

Right to object to Automated Processing

Right to Data Portability

Data Subject Rights Available:

 

Right to Information

Right to Access

Right to Rectification

Right to Withdraw Consent

Right to Object

Right to object to Automated Processing

Right to be Forgotten

Right to Data Portability

 

(not all rights are applicable in healthcare settings but all opportunities to prioritise the rights and wishes of the data subject with regard to the processing of their data should be considered)

In which locations does the processing take place and who is impacted by the processing? Data processed by iGPR in support of this activity will be located on servers situated in the iGPR data centre hosted by RedCentric in the UK. RedCentric is an NHS Digital verified supplier of Health and Social Care Network (HSCN) Interoperable Network Services.

 

No data is transferred or processed outside the UK at any point by iGPR.

iGPR staff working to support the Managed Service offer are based in the UK.

The processing described will positively impact GP surgeries by reducing the administrative and operational burden involved in processing medical reports and DSARS.

The processing has the potential to positively impact patients as data subjects by introducing workflow efficiencies into the process of meeting requests and ultimately speeding up the delivery of medical reports and DSARs to the relevant requestor.

 

Where is the data to be processed?

This will include any manual processing and any electronic processing. (Processing includes but is not limited to: any operation or set of operations which is performed on personal data or on sets of personal data, whether or not by automated means, such as collection, recording, organisation, structuring, storage, adaptation or alteration, retrieval, consultation, use, disclosure by transmission, dissemination or otherwise making available, alignment or combination, restriction, erasure or destruction)

 

Please list locations for each aspect of processing identified.

 

If the data is to be processed outside the UK, describe the mechanisms and security in place to safeguard the data?

 

Has any data transfer outside the UK been flagged and approved by the Data Protection Officer for the company?

Describe the context of the processing iGPR is committed to supporting GPs to safely and securely discharge their responsibilities when responding to requests for information from a patient’s medical record whether this is from a third party acting for or on behalf of the patient, or the patient themselves.   

 

The Managed Service offer which is the subject of this DPIA is designed to provide an end-to-end solution for GPs.  It will provide many of the administrative and operational functions currently delivered in-house by surgeries and will utilise the iGPR product functionality (see separate DPIA for this – embedded below) to process, generate and resolve patient approved requests for information.

 

Once the Managed Service is activated, report requests/DSARs will be received into the Service via the iGPR – application and will be met by iGPR within the terms of the Managed Service.  A key aspect of the iGPR Managed Service is to support the GP as data controller to clearly discharge their obligations under the data protection legislation, and robust operational processes will be established by iGPR to ensure that functions carried out by iGPR staff to support the Managed Service, are aligned to the data protection legislation at all points.

 

The iGPR solution has been developed as a digital solution by iGPR Technologies Ltd in line with NHS Digital information governance and data protection standards and has been used by both increasing numbers of RTPs and GP surgeries since 2015. There are currently no security flaws identified in the technology used to provide this solution.

What is the nature of the relationship between the organisation and the data subject?

How much control will the data subject have over the processing?

Would they expect their data to be used in this way?

Do the data subjects include children or other vulnerable groups?

Have there been any prior concerns over this type of processing, or security flaws?

Is the processing novel in any way?

What is the current state of technology in this area if appropriate?

Are there any current issues of public concern that you should factor in?

 

What personal data will be processed? Personal data processed via the iGPR solution includes:

Name

Date of Birth

Address

NHS Number

Patient contact telephone number

Patient email address

Personal Data means forename, surname, date of birth, age, gender, address, postcode, NHS Number, another identifier (e.g., Hospital Number), racial or ethnic origin, physical or mental health condition

 

Please list which Personal Data will be processed.

Will the dataset include financial data or any other categories of data?

What Special Category data will be processed Special Category data processed as part of the iGPR Managed Service solution and utilising the iGPR product (Basic/SARs Pro/Premium) may include (as appropriate to the nature of the request being serviced):

● Physical/mental health condition diagnoses and conditions (current and previous)

● Symptoms.

● Operations and medical procedures.

● Medications and prescriptions issued.

● Allergies and reactions to medication.

● Results of investigations such as blood tests and X-rays

● Letters and discharge summaries.

● Test results.

● Clinical reports and letters.

● Recorded patient consultations and some coded diagnostic information.

● Details of services received.

● Details of lifestyle and social circumstances.

● Details of nationality, race and/or ethnicity.

● Details of religion.

● Details genetic data or biometric data.

● Data concerning sex life and/or sexual orientation.

 

Special Category data means personal data related to the physical or mental health of a natural person, including the provision of health care services, which reveal information about a person’s health status or any data revealing racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, or trade union membership, and the processing of genetic data, biometric data for the purpose of uniquely identifying a natural person, data concerning health or data concerning a natural person’s sex life or sexual orientation

 

Please list which Special Category Data will be processed:

Are individuals explicitly informed about why their personal data is being collected and how it may be used? Data subjects must be informed by any Requesting Third Party in their onboarding and transparency notifications, why particular information is required by them and, where the RTP is using the iGPR Connect portal or iGPR API , that the information will be processed by iGPR in order to facilitate the requesting and provision of relevant medical information from their GP.

 

Where a GP surgery uses the iGPR product and the iGPR Managed Service solution, this must be included in the Privacy Information made available to patients by the surgery.  

 

If a patient has requested that they have sight of any information generated as a result of a sanctioned request before it is made available to an RTP, the iGPR software will register that such a request has been made and iGPR Managed Service staff will be prompted to use the ‘Copy to Patient’ function within iGPR to notify the patient that the report will be available for them to view using the secure portal details provided in the email/text notification before the information is made available to the RTP (see below for description of technical security in place).

 

iGPR maintains its own Privacy Notice where it acts as a Data Controller out of scope of this DPIA.

 

If data collection/processing standards and procedure are not transparent, controllers/data subjects may not trust the processing organisation and refrain from sharing their personal data.

 

Notification should be via a Privacy Notice and may also be via correspondence, leaflets and verbal communication.

What is the process for deleting the data?

 

 

Medical records held by GPs are subject to the Data Retention Schedules in line with the Records Management Code of Practice 2021.

 

The full data packet processed by iGPR utilising the Managed Service is retained by iGPR for the period it takes iGPR to respond to the request and the delivery of any data to the designated requesting body (incorporating any period of time where the data is being viewed by the patient themselves) or the patient themselves (if a DSAR has come directly from the patient) is. DSARs will processed within the period laid out in current data protection legislation.

 

Any requests received into the iGPR Managed Service but not actioned by the service for any reason, will expire 28 days from the point the request was submitted. If a report has been initiated by the Managed Service but the processing has discontinued for any reason, it will remain live on the iGPR system for a maximum of 14 days before expiring if not completed or rejected. The maximum length of processing is therefore 28 days.

 

Medical information (completed reports/DSARs) is retained for a period of 14 days on the iGPR server after successful delivery to the RTP or patient themselves, after which the data is deleted with the exception of a metadata stub containing the Requestor ID number/Solicitor’s/Government Department Case File ID and date stamp and whether the request was processed to completion or rejected by the iGPR Managed Service on behalf of the GP client.  This metadata is held by iGPR for the duration of the contract for audit and quality improvement purposes.

 

Outside of the processes defined above, no person identifiable data is retained.

 

Is it necessary to keep all of the data that is being processed?

 

Is it subject to any Data Retention Schedules in line with the Records Management Code of Practice 2021?

 

Are there procedures for reviewing how long data should be retained?

 

Is there a policy, procedure, rationale for archiving personal information?

 

What information will be retained for auditing purposes? How will this be minimised?

Describe the information workflow

 

 

A request for information will be received by the GP surgery.  This may take the form of a medical report request made by a Third party acting for or on behalf of a patient (requesting information from some or all of the patient medical record), or it may be a DSAR made by the patient themselves or a third party acting on their behalf.  A DSAR is a specific legal instrument under the data protection legislation and (together with formal evidence of patient consent where this applies) may range in scope from a limited and specified data set to a broad request for the patient record. 

 

The first stage point for a GP surgery channelling any request to the iGPR Managed Service, will be to ensure any request is assessed to ensure relevant consent is appended or, in the case of a patient originated DSAR, that relevant identity checks are validated by the practice.  This will permit the iGPR Managed Service to process the request safely while meeting the rights of patients as data subjects. 

 

Once these checks have been carried out at the GP surgery, the GP user will use the Managed Service function on their iGPR desktop application to forward the request and any associated documentation to the Managed Service.

 

The iGPR Managed Service personnel will use the iGPR product and process requests for reports and DSARs against a clearly defined operational algorithm.  These personnel will be appropriately skilled and supported to ensure that complex requests and DSARs are escalated to the iGPR Managed Service Data Protection Support Officer for assessment before release to the patient or requesting third party, or to be referred back to the GP surgery, as data controller, for further instruction/resolution.  (See Process Flow embedded below). 

 

Where the request is accepted, the iGPR product will be used to interface with the specific patient record to compile a customised report to meet the request. As the iGPR product may only interface with the patient record once the user is logged into the specific practice electronic patient record system (e.g., EMIS, SystmOne, Vison), a generic ‘iGPR User’ account will be added to the clinical system of the respective practice.  Within the iGPR product environment, the specific user accessing any generic account to prompt a report, will be recorded and the access time stamped for security and audit purposes.  This audit may be reviewed by the GP surgery at any point should there be any issues or concerns raised.

 

iGPR Managed Service personnel will check the request received and if satisfied that all necessary consent is in place and that the patient is registered with the practice, will use iGPR to generate the report using the iGPR product.  The report will be reviewed by the Managed Service personnel using pre-set operational parameters and they will approve any pre-set redactions and make any additional redactions as necessary in line with the agreed level 1 operating parameters of the service.  Any queries or issues beyond these level 1 parameters will be escalated to the iGPR Managed Service DPSO for review and action against level 2 parameters which will be defined in the Managed Service Agreement.

 

If the patient has requested that they are given sight of the report before it is made available to the RTP, the iGPR Managed Service personnel will use the ‘Copy to Patient’ function within iGPR to send an email/text notification to the patient that the report is ready to view.

 

When the patient has viewed the report (if they have requested this and agreed that it may be made available to the RTP) or when the report is completed by the iGPR Managed Service and the patient does not wish to see it, the iGPR Managed Service will make the requested report available to the RTP.

 

DSARs made directly by the patient will be sent directly to the patient.

 

 

The collection, use and deletion of personal data should be described, and it may also be useful to refer to a flow diagram or another way of explaining data flows.

 

How will this information be added to the high-level data flow capture process for this area?

 

You should also say how many individuals are likely to be affected by the project.

Will the personal information be shared with or disclosed to other organisations?

 

The iGPR Managed Service will not disclose the data collected in the course of this processing to any other entity outside the patient themselves and the RTP (where patient consent is in place). The data held by the iGPR Managed Service and the iGPR product is held on servers at its secure data centre managed by RedCentric (formerly Piksel) based in London in the UK.  The data centre provider has no ability to read the data at any time.

iGPR has a UK-GDPR compliant contract in place with RedCentric to ensure that iGPR Data processed by RedCentric is held securely and only processed in line with the contractual conditions between the two parties. 

A DPIA covering the processing carried out by RedCentric as a sub processor for the data collected using iGPR is in place.

Have the other organisation(s) provided written assurances that they will safeguard the information and not share it further?

 

If they do share it with any sub-processors, who and where does this happen?

 

How will the information be shared?

 

Does the other organisation have an adequate Data Protection Policy compliant with the GDPR?

 

Does the other organisation complete aDSP Toolkit, have Cyber Essentials Plus or ISO27001 compliance?

 

Is there a Contract/SLA or Confidentiality agreement in place?  The contact must clearly state the respective responsibilities of both the Data Controller and Data Processor.

If Consent is the legal basis identified for the processing, how/when will this be sought/captured/retained?

 

If promotional videos, brochures or press stories have been developed, has any personal information been anonymised so that even if it were linked to other data, it would not be possible to identify the person?

What are the risks to the data subject?

 

 

Risks to data subjects may include actions taken by the Managed Service that result in incorrect data (e.g., incorrect patient) being provided to a RTP via iGPR.  The validation of identities and consents will be carried out by GP practices as data controllers before the Managed Service is activated to process a report/DSAR.  This responsibility will be clearly delineated for practices in the Managed Service Agreement which they will enter into with iGPR Technologies Ltd.

 

To additionally mitigate such circumstances and any inherent risk, the iGPR product utilised by the iGPR Managed Service will force multiple checks on the data provided from the GP record to ensure that every possible step is taken to ensure that incorrect data is not provided to the RTPs via the iGPR solution (see below for technological provisions in place to reduce risks to data subjects wherever possible).  Additionally, iGPR Managed Service personnel will work to explicit operational procedures to ensure that information is always processed in line with data protection legislation.  A defined second level role of Managed Service DPSO will be established as part of the MS model.  The MS DPSO will review all complex DSARs or other issues raised by MS Level 1 personnel, before the release of any data to either the patient themselves or a Requesting Third Party acting for or on behalf of the patient.

 

There is a residual risk to data subjects resulting from external penetration of the iGPR data centre and the data held on iGPR systems as part of the contractual agreements between iGPR and clients/GPs.  Security provisions as described below, are in place to mitigate such a risk.

 

Explain what practical steps you will take to ensure that you identify and address privacy risks both now and in the future.

 

Who should be consulted, internally and externally?

 

Are individuals provided with the possibility to access and correct their personal information?   Can they request the deletion of some or all of their personal information where this is appropriate to the legal basis being used?

 

Is it necessary to restrict access to data? If so, are these restrictions adequately defined and explained?

What technological and organisational security measures will be put in place to protect the data subject and their rights?

 

 

The technological security measures in place governing the iGPR product which will be used by the iGPR Managed Service, are contained in the iGPR DPIA which is embedded below.  All data processed through iGPR is secured in transit and at rest using AES256 encryption requirement to NHS standards.

iGPR data is held securely in the RedCentric data centre located in the UK which is not web-facing and access is only attained via the Health and Social Care (HSCN) network.  HSCN is a private network rather than a secure network and it is the responsibility of the data provider (in this case iGPR) to ensure that the data that is transmitted via the network is securely encrypted. The RedCentric data-centre is UK hosted and meets the following accreditations:

·         ISO 9001

·         ISO 10000

·         ISO 27001

iGPR has a GDPR compliant contract and Service Level Agreement (SLA) in place with RedCentric that gives assurance that RedCentric provide every technical protection to iGPR data that is required to maintain the privacy and security requirements for the data processed.  This includes assurance that all RedCentric staff who may be required to access the servers on which the iGPR data is held are appropriately vetted and trained and that regular audit of access takes place.

A Managed Service Agreement (MSA) will be established between iGPR and any GP client wishing to use the service.  This MSA will clearly set out the conditions for any processing iGPR will undertake to support the surgery to demonstrate compliance with all relevant data protection legislation as a data controller.  iGPR has all relevant Information Governance and Data Security policies in place and these are regularly reviewed to maintain compliance with regulatory and statutory legislation and guidance.  The organisation also completes an annual Data Security and Protection Toolkit (DSPT) submission to NHS Digital giving assurance of its compliance.

All iGPR staff are trained on their responsibilities for maintaining the proper governance and protection of Information at Induction and annually and are required to maintain familiarity with all relevant Information Governance and Data Security policies and protocols during their employment. 

Additionally, staff working on the Managed Service will receive role specific training and follow a Managed Service Standard Operation Procedure (SOP) which will determine all actions required to deliver the Managed Service and will support compliance with data protection legislation at all points in the delivery process.

iGPR has an Access Control Policy and Acceptable Use Policy in place to ensure that iGPR staff access to critical data systems is monitored and any anomalies flagged immediately to the Senior Management Team.

 

What measures are in place to protect access to data (e.g. username/password, role-based access, NHS Smartcard, Secure Access Tokens)

Are staff trained/reminded regularly to follow all security and governance policies and protocols when accessing data?

 

Is annual training provided to all staff on good data protection and information security practices?

 

If relevant, is NHSmail used or are e-mails encrypted?   If so, what kind of encryption is used?

 

Are there appropriate anti-virus and anti-malware solutions in place?

 

Does the organisation have DSPT/CyberEssentials/ISO accreditation in place?

Is the data regularly backed up and recoverable in the event of a failure? Data processed as part of the iGPR Managed Service will be held at the RedCentric data centre and will be backed up on a daily basis to an off-site disc-based platform (Asigra Televaulting) providing the capability to restore the service in the event of corruption or data loss. This is on-line, real-time backup of the entire service and as such no traditional backup media exists.

When the service was first commissioned, a complete backup of the system and data was taken. Then on subsequent days, incremental delta copies (changes) are taken using a combination of two backup service solutions i) a disc-based backup system running Asigra Televaulting software and ii) an image-based backup system using Veeam application software.

 

The backups are held for 7 days after which the oldest backups are overwritten. The deltas can be subtracted sequentially from the latest up-to-date backup in order to roll the system back to any daily state within the defined retention period. All backed up data stored is compressed, de-duplicated and encrypted to the level of AES 256 bit within a secure vault.

Business continuity for the RedCentric Datacentre adheres to BS 25999-2:2007 for Business Continuity. Recovery plans are tested in accordance with BS 25999-2:2007 for Business Continuity. The datacentre conforms to ISO 20000 and 27001 incorporating a full Disaster Recovery operational plan.

Assurances must be made that data is properly backed up and restored at regularly intervals, whether the system is standalone or networked.
 

What happens in the event of a data breach or loss of data?

iGPR has a robust Security Incident Management Policy in place which defines the scope of potential security incidents (both internal and external) that may affect data processed as part of the iGPR Managed Service, together with actions to be taken by relevant personnel to both secure the data at the earliest opportunity and to inform relevant stakeholders (data controllers/the ICO/NHS Digital/patients themselves) of any suspected or actual data breach in line with current data protection legislation and all contractual obligations.

iGPR staff supporting the Managed Service are required to raise concerns in an open and proactive manner to ensure that potential breaches may be avoided by speedy and pre-emptive action by the company.

What action will be taken if there is a data breach?  Is there a requirement at contract level that any data processors inform the organisation at the earliest stage of a suspected or actual data breach?

 

Have you considered some worst-case scenarios regarding what might happen if the personal data collected by your organisation was compromised or deleted either by accident or purposely?

 

Are individuals informed if their personal data is lost, stolen or other compromised?  

 

Will any other organisations need to be informed?

Consultation Process iGPR Technologies has a large GP client base already using the iGPR product to meet the reporting requirements described in this DPIA.  In a closed Facebook group consisting of more than a thousand of these clients, the prospect of an iGPR Managed Service, which can securely deliver the end-to-end offer and thereby reduce the administrative and operational tasks within practices, has received strong and positive endorsement. This iGPR Managed Service has been established as a result of multiple requests regarding the availability of such a service from iGPR, from existing GP surgery clients using the iGPR product

 

Describe when and how the views of relevant individuals will be/have been sought (or describe why this is not appropriate).

Who else within the organisation needs to be involved?

Do you need assistance from any sub-processors?

Do you need to consult/have you consulted any information security experts or other experts?

 

Summary of the DPIA Outcomes

 

The iGPR Managed Service offer covered by this DPIA is assessed as being a robust and secure method for iGPR to support GPs to carry out the administrative and operational functions relating to requests for patient information using the iGPR product to produce such reports.  iGPR is responding to an identified need and direct requests from GP clients for such a Managed Service.  The existing security measures in the iGPR product, together with the internal procedural controls of the Managed Service will further embed the principles of data protection by default and design in the Service.  Additionally, the escalation and oversight architecture of the Managed Service, to include an experienced Data Protection Support Officer, gives further assurance that data subject rights are central to the processing carried out as part of the iGPR Managed Service. The DPSO will be responsible for ensuring that any risks to data are quickly identified and mitigated by the protocols to be established for the secure running of the Managed Service. List the key DPIA outcomes:

 

Have you identified all risks and mitigating actions above? 

 

Who is responsible for integrating these outcomes back into the project plan and updating any project management paperwork?

 

Who is responsible for implementing the solutions that have been approved?   

 

Who is the contact for any privacy concerns which may arise in the future?

 

Outstanding Risks to iGPR Outstanding Risks to Data Subjects Mitigations in Place Residual Risk
None outstanding    
  None outstanding  

 

 

Risk Assessment Completed By:
Name    Marie Cooper
Role Head of Governance and Compliance
Date January 2022
Version Number 1
Processing Entered onto Record of Processing Activities? Yes
If No, please provide reasons:  
Outstanding Risks Entered into Risk Register? No outstanding risks
Agreed by Data Protection Officer
Comments/Issues identified None
Name Aga Edwards
Signature
Date 28/01/2022
Date of next review January 2023 – or sooner if processing activity changes out of scope of this DPIA