Caldicott is back!
I'm glad that Caldicott is updating her guidance from the 90s.
You should see the mess that is Information Governance in the NHS. Despite them having ridiculous amounts of data (medical records, financial records, performance records, etc) IG is still seen as a manual process following guidelines laid down by Caldicott after her review in the 90s.
CHALLENGE: Try and make it though the mandatory IG training at https://www.igte-learning.connectingforhealth.nhs.uk/igte/index.cfm?guest=open
Apart from being deathly boring, it's also out of date, using examples like faxing things to India, and recommending password management policies that are simply not usable with the number of systems staff have access to these days.
Updating this to cope with networked computers and databases is A Good Thing and The Right Answer.