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Information security in general practice
Information security strategy
Addressing information security at a governance level is crucial. A security governance framework will define the acceptable use of information technology (IT) in your practice and outline responsibilities.
Information security roles and responsibilities should be allocated to members of your practice team. These team members should coordinate security-related activities and determine when it is appropriate to engage external technical service providers.
Information security requires regular attention at a practice level. Your practice team members need to be aware of their responsibilities to protect practice information. Information security processes should be documented and followed.
Your information security governance framework should include the following areas: