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David Blades made this Freedom of Information request to Social Care and Social Work Improvement Scotland

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Dear Sirs,

There have been a number of high profile cases in the Public Sector recently of data either being lost i.e. Laptops and memory sticks left in public places or malicious programs extracting contact information i.e. Personal details. I would like to know what security measures you have in place (or intend to put in place) to prevent such occurrences and who is responsible for IT Security (Name and Title)?

Many thanks for you assistance in this matter.

Yours faithfully,

David Blades

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Yours faithfully,

David Blades

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Dear Social Care and Social Work Improvement Scotland,

By law, you are required to have have responded to my FOI request promptly and by 27 April 2011. I await the requested information, at your earliest convenience.

Yours faithfully,

David Blades

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Dear Social Care and Social Work Improvement Scotland,

Dear Sirs,

There have been a number of high profile cases in the Public Sector
recently of data either being lost i.e. Laptops and memory sticks
left in public places or malicious programs extracting contact
information i.e. Personal details. I would like to know what
security measures you have in place (or intend to put in place) to
prevent such occurrences and who is responsible for IT Security
(Name and Title)?

Many thanks for you assistance in this matter.

Yours faithfully,

David Blades

Yours faithfully,

David Blades

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Sent request to Social Care and Social Work Improvement Scotland again, using a new contact address.

Admin SCC, Social Care and Social Work Improvement Scotland

Your email has been received by the ICT & Information Governance Team in
Social Care & Social Work Improvement Scotland. This will be dealt with as
soon as possible, if you wish to speak to someone please contact us on
01382 207351

information governance, Social Care and Social Work Improvement Scotland

Dear David

I acknowledge receipt of your email below. Your request is currently
being dealt with by the ICT & Information Governance Team and will be
responded to shortly; no later than 25 July 2011.

Meanwhile, if you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact me.

Regards

Heather Moore
Information Governance Co-ordinator

ICT & Information Governance Team
Social Care & Social Work Improvement Scotland
Tel: 01382 207144
Fax: 01382 207289

Visit our website at: www.scswis.com

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request - Information

Dear Sirs,

There have been a number of high profile cases in the Public Sector
recently of data either being lost i.e. Laptops and memory sticks
left in public places or malicious programs extracting contact
information i.e. Personal details. I would like to know what
security measures you have in place (or intend to put in place) to
prevent such occurrences and who is responsible for IT Security
(Name and Title)?

Many thanks for you assistance in this matter.

Yours faithfully,

David Blades

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Admin SCC, Social Care and Social Work Improvement Scotland

Your email has been received by the ICT & Information Governance Team in
Social Care & Social Work Improvement Scotland. This will be dealt with as
soon as possible, if you wish to speak to someone please contact us on
01382 207351

information governance, Social Care and Social Work Improvement Scotland

Dear David

Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002
Information Request

I am emailing in response to your recent enquiry asking what security
measures we have in place to prevent data being lost or stolen and the
person responsible for IT security. I can confirm that we have an ICT
Security Policy and Data Protection Policy to ensure that the necessary
measures are in place and ensure the security of any personal information
we process. Our Chief Executive, Jacquie Roberts is responsible for Data
Security and Handling in Social Care and Social Work Improvement Scotland
(SCSWIS).

I hope the information provided is helpful and if you have any queries
please do not hesitate to contact me.

Yours sincerely

Heather Moore
Information Governance Co-ordinator

ICT & Information Governance Team
Social Care & Social Work Improvement Scotland
Tel: 01382 207144
Fax: 01382 207289

Visit our website at: www.scswis.com
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