NHS Digital seeks market input for new Security Operations Centre

Written by Sam Trendall on 25 July 2017 in News
News

Health service body issues RFI looking for supplier advice

NHS Digital is seeking input from potential suppliers before launching the tender process for its planned Security Operations Centre.

The establishment of a centralised centre to provide security resources to organisations across the health service was announced in NHS Digital’s recent Fit for 2020 Capability Review report. Once it is up and running, the facility will provide "real-time intelligence on the threats facing health and care organisations", the report said.

NHS Digital has now published a request for information (RFI) looking for feedback from the supplier community to help ensure its tender process is fit for purpose.


Related content


The organisation is interested in advice on what its stated requirements for people, processes, and technology should be when seeking a commercial partner to help create and maintain the security operations centre. Such advice is not part of the formal procurement process, NHS Digital said, and submissions will not be assessed or rated.

The deadline for RFI submissions is 5pm on Monday 7 August. These will be explored, at a later date, during the course of an industry event. 

Details of the request were published on the website of industry body techUK.

 

About the author

Sam Trendall is editor of PublicTechnology

Share this page

Tags

Categories

Add new comment

Related Articles

PAC censures NHS and DoH after ‘staggering mishandling of data’
2 December 2017

Commons committee concludes that NHS England is not doing enough to determine whether patients were harmed by correspondence backlog

Why the public sector should work more closely with charities
6 December 2017

Vodafone's Mick Wayman opines that better co-operation with the non-profit sector could help save money and improve service levels

ICO ‘making enquiries’ after MPs admit sharing passwords with staff
5 December 2017

Trio of Conservative politicians reminded of their data-protection obligations after revealing that they share login details with others

Related Sponsored Articles