Health charities investing in IT security

Two leading charities are working with information security firm Security Risk Management to improve their IT.

Both Marie Curie Cancer Care and Sue Ryder Care need to give partners better access to information while ensuring intruders are kept out. 

Security Risk Management has been helping Sue Ryder with web security. "It's all about maintaining donors' trust," said David Ripper, head of IT at Sue Ryder.

Marie Curie's 2,700 nurses need access to confidential patient information held by the NHS. That access is dependent on the charity complying with strict security conditions, and Security Risk Management will be helping it meet them.

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