RaDaR Update following NHS Cyber Attack

Posted on: 15.05.17 | Posted in News, RaDaR


In regards to the recent cyber attack on the NHS, we want to reassure you that RaDaR has not been affected and that the patients’ data remains secure.

Neither the RaDaR servers nor North Bristol Trust (where our admin team are based) have been affected by this attack. Although data transfer to Patient View was suspended on Friday, this was just as a precaution in case there were further developments over the weekend.
RaDaR is held on a secure N3 server that has been fully security tested and is kept up-to-date with the latest security patches. The UK Renal Registry, who manage the daily operation of RaDaR, has Section 251 approval as an indication of our robust security and information governance policies and practices.

This particular breech was concerned with encrypting information to deny organisations access their files and to cause wide-spread disruption. It was not concerned with stealing patient data.

If you have any concerns about the security of RaDaR you can contact our technical team at: