HIPAA stands for the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act that sets the sensitive patient data protection standard. Organizations that deal with protected health information must follow network, physical, and process security measures to meet HIPAA compliance.
Every company dealing with ePHI (Electronically Protected Health Information) must comply with the provisions of HIPAA (Health Insurance Transfer and Liability Act 1996). It is not an easy document to maneuver or understand. We, as one of the top cybersecurity companies, will help you with feature-rich, highly durable, powered by the latest tech advancements.
Who Needs To Be An HIPPA Complaint?
HIPAA rules apply to two groups: insured persons and business partners. An insured organization is a health plan, health care provider, or health care provider that electronically transmits all health information. Examples include
A business partner is a natural or legal person who performs certain functions or activities that include using or disclosing protected health information on behalf of or providing services to a covered legal entity. Examples of business partners (whose services include PHI access).
What Are Our Services?
The need for cybersecurity solutions has increased with the widespread use and proliferation of digital patient data. Quality service today enables healthcare organizations to meet this growing demand for information while meeting HIPAA guidelines and protecting PHI. Healthcare organizations need to have an established data protection strategy.
The best data protection solutions identify and protect patient data of all types, including structured and unstructured data, email, files, and scanned images, allowing healthcare providers to share data securely to ensure the best possible care.
We, at Detox, provide cybersecurity solutions to give you more visibility and protect your data. Our solutions will set the highest standards for your privacy and security controls.
“The application layer attack surface continues to grow in size and complexity, with nearly 30 percent of breaches analyzed in the most recent Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR) involving an application layer attack. And since finding and retaining staff who possess the IT cybersecurity skills required to deal with these realities seems to be a universal problem for companies of all sizes.”