Secure, Cloud-based System
We take the security of our clients’ data very seriously. Our fully encrypted cloud-based service, which meets the ISO27001 ‘gold standard’ for information security, means you can be confident your data is fully protected 24/7.
Your data remains encrypted in all of our backups, and that applies to both uploaded documents as well as text entered in to the system.
Above all, your data remains your data – ready to export from the system at any time.
Online banking-grade security
Amazon Web Services infrastructure
Fully managed hardware
Fully managed backups
Whenever you connect to the CarePlanner system via a web browser, your connection is made securely using the same encryption standards used in online banking (SSL/TLS using SHA 256-bit keys). This makes it almost impossible for anyone to eavesdrop on your connection whilst you are using, sending data to, or retrieving data from CarePlanner.
When you first start to use CarePlanner, the system asks you to set passwords that contain at least one uppercase character and at least two non-letter symbols. You can choose to reduce or increase this security requirement, but our recommendation is always to leave it set at this level as a minimum. This will ensure that your staff passwords are not vulnerable to most dictionary-based, brute-force hacking attempts.
In addition, the CarePlanner system automatically blocks access when it detects several incorrect login attempts. This also reduces the effectiveness of brute-force attacks.
Encrypted, instant-access system backups are retained for 3 months, after which they are archived for a further nine months.
In the event of a customer leaving the platform, data is retained in line with our data retention schedule, unless otherwise requested by the customer.
The data at all times remains the customer’s possession, although most information is readily available in spreadsheet format via the reports section.
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“We constantly have new referrals, whilst other patients pass away or need to increase their number of visits at very short notice. Frankly, I don’t know how we’d cope without CarePlanner “