The NHS is at the forefront of our response to the Coronavirus pandemic.  Now more than ever, it is critical that NHS organisations and  health professionals can focus on saving lives safely and securely.  Templar Executives are a strategic NHSD partner engaged in key programmes. This Resources page also provides additional expert advice and guidance to all NHS professionals utilising online systems and digital tools, including social media apps – for support at home and at work.

Cyber Operational Response Support Teams (CORS)

As a strategic supplier to the NHS, Templar Executives provides Cyber Operational Response Support teams (CORS) to the national Programme delivering full enterprise architecture reviews, Cyber Essentials Plus gap analysis, Supply Chain and Risk Assessments, Strategy, Policy and Process Reviews and other targeted interventions.

This is supplemented by NCSC Certified Cyber Board Briefings for Trusts and bespoke training courses to develop capability and confidence to upskill medical professionals on how best practices in Cyber Security enables improved outcomes in patient safety and care.

To visit our CORS page please click here.

Podcasts

Our latest podcast summarises expert advice on how clinicians can keep themselves and their patients safe from Cyber Security Risks during the COVID-19 crisis. To listen, click the “Play” button.

How to Guides

It is important that we are all able to work safely and securely in a digital environment. Templar Executives have created a series of “How to Guides” providing best practice to support Remote/Home Working. Watch them here.

To Access Top Tips for Remote Working click here.

Social Media Apps Guidance

Now more than ever, at home and at work, we are all having to rely on social media apps. In the NHS, WhatsApp is a particularly useful means of communication. However, online threats and scams are on the increase and to stay safe, it is important to be vigilant and informed when using social media apps. Read our best practice guide on using WhatsApp in the NHS