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Information security in general practice
Securing your network and equipment
Mobile electronic devices include laptops, tablets, USBs, removable hard drives, mobile phones, backup media and portable electronic clinical equipment.
Your practice should decide whether or not to use mobile devices for business and clinical purposes. Mobile devices used for business purposes may be owned by the practice, or personally owned by members of the practice team.
It is important to remember that mobile devices are at a high risk of being lost, stolen or left unsecured which increases the risk of a data breach.
Your policy should include guidance on which mobile electronic devices are authorised for use in your practice, and how these devices should be managed.
Your policy should cover: