Notepad, pen and laptop

Information governance is very important and to test your knowledge of what you have learned you are now required to sit a short test.

Please first type in your name and email address in the box below.

You will be presented with ten questions. The pass rate is 8/10. You must pass the course in order to obtain your certificate which will be emailed to you after completion. If you do not achieve at least 8/10 you will be required to sit the test again.

 

You will now be presented with ten questions. The pass rate is 8/10. You must pass the course in order to obtain your certificate which will be emailed to you after completion.

If you do not achieve at least 8/10 you will be required to sit the test again.

 

Your Name
Your place of work (school, academy etc)
Your Email Address
1. The Data Protection Act 1998 is to be replaced by which new regulations in May 2018?
2. The GDPR requires that personal data shall be (please tick all that apply):
3. Which of the following would NOT be classed as ‘sensitive personal data’ or ‘personal data’ under the GPDR?
4. Information Governance is:
5. What should you do if you think you have breached a regulation within the information governance toolkit?
6. Which of the following would constitute ‘verifiable’ consent from an individual for you to use and process their personal data / information.
7. What is the purpose of a privacy notice?
8. The more intrusion into a person’s privacy there is, the higher is the risk of impact, or risk of harm. Risk arises through personal information being:
9. If you discover that the information you hold about an individual is inaccurate, what should you NOT required do under the GDPR?
10. After obtaining consent to process personal information you now need to share confidential documentation with a colleague in a third party organisation in London. Which of the following would be the most efficient and safest way of doing this: