The Flowz Blog

Here are some articles published related to Flowz and GDPR that we think you’ll find interesting.

Flowz achieves accreditation on G-Cloud 10

Flowz has successfully been listed on G-Cloud 10, making its SaaS-based Product and services available to NHS Trusts via the latest iteration of government’s procurement framework. Trusts can access the key services needed to successfully deploy an electronic patient...

Assessing GDPR’s Data Protection Officer requirements

The GDPR's Data Protection Officer (DPO) mandate gives the EU a point person for compliance complaints, but not all companies need one. See when DPOs are required and what they do. The General Data Protection Regulation requires many companies to appoint a data...

Using GDPR to maximise the value of your healthcare data?

GDPR is not the end of civilisation as we know it, but organisations could be forgiven for feeling as though it was, given the way the technology vendors have been presenting it to them. While vendors are emphasising that it’s a major technology challenge that the...

Max Schrems’s NOYB initiates GDPR action

A privacy NGO led by Austrian lawyer Max Schrems is among the first to file complaints under the GDPR against Google, Instagram, WhatsApp and Facebook.   As the compliance deadline was reached for the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), lawyers began filing...

GDPR requires unprecedented view of Data Flows

Why is it important to know where data flows, with whom it's shared and where it lives at rest, and what is the best way of achieving this?   It would be unacceptable for a company not to know where its physical assets were stored, how they got there and who had...

NHS Trusts spend £1 million to prepare for GDPR

Healthcare bodies invest in software tools and staff training, FoI request reveals.   The NHS is underprepared for GDPR despite the data protection law coming into force in just six weeks, according to new research. Trusts have spent more than £1 million...

ICO releases campaign to educate UK public around GDPR

The Information Commissioners Office (ICO) have just released a campaign dubbed 'Your Data Matters' to educate the UK public on what forthcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) rules mean for them. The body, which will oversee the implementation...