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Simon Harden, Director Information Systems. ADSL- Virtual Private Network Connection for Home Viewing, Conforming to the NHSIA Code of Connection. N3 – serving the health community. N3. ADSL. Acute trust. PCT. Community site. GP. Social services Pharmacists Dentists

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Simon Harden, Director Information Systems

ADSL- Virtual Private Network Connection for Home Viewing, Conforming to the NHSIA Code of Connection

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N3 – serving the health community

N3

ADSL

Acute trust

PCT

Community site

GP

Social services

Pharmacists

Dentists

Prison services etc.

Connect over local LANs and WANs or direct to N3 as appropriate

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N3

  • BT managed service
  • 18,000 connections
  • Starts April 16th
  • NPfIT requirements fully funded (PACS?)
  • Home workers locally paid for
  • ADSL mentioned as existing service
  • VPNs part of core service
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Initials

  • Asynchronous Digital Subscriber Line
  • 512Kb – 2Mb
  • Who is ISP?
  • Virtual Private Network
  • As if on main network
  • Encrypted
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Broadband Connections

  • DSL (512Kbs upwards)
  • ISDN (128Kbs upwards)
  • Satellite (what you pay for)
  • 3MB image:
    • 56Kbs modem – 6.5m
    • 128Kbs – 3+m
    • 512Kbs - 48s
    • 2Mbs - 12s
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What’s the Problem?

  • Data Protection Act
  • Caldicott confidentiality rules
  • NHSnet Code of Connection
  • Patient history
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Public ADSL

  • Secure ID token or biometrics
  • Firewall with NHSIA approved rules
  • VPN to NHSIA standards
  • Independent penetration testing
  • NHS owned and managed PC
  • Firewall on PC
  • Adapted security policy
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Private ADSL

  • Talk to NHSIA
  • ADSL
    • IP Central
    • Dedicated line at home
  • Simplifies some of the security
  • Can also be used for
    • Small remote sites
    • Teleradiology between sites
  • Will be superseded eventually by N3
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Practical Tips

  • Talk to local NHSnet security manager
  • Shared portables
  • Citrix for client
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Picture

In Trust but insecure

VPN connection

& encryption

ADSL

‘modem’

Home

Firewall

In Trust and secure

NHSnet connection

Trust network

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Links

General Security Guidance

http://nww.nhsia.nhs.uk/security/pages/syops/default.asp

NHSnet Code of Connection

http://nww.nhsia.nhs.uk/security/pages/syops/docs/coc.asp

Rules For Broadband Access

http://nww.nhsia.nhs.uk/nhsnet/pages/connecting/standards/default

Use of consumer broadband to Access NHSnet over the Internet

http://nww.nhsia.nhs.uk/nhsnet/pages/using/suppliers/vpn_trials.asp

N3

http://www.n3.nhs.uk