Data Security Solutions for Healthcare and Life Sciences
Protecting healthcare data from a cyber-attack pandemic and complying with HIPAA
Digital transformation has allowed healthcare and life sciences organizations to leverage ever-increasing amounts of sensitive patient data to provide better healthcare outcomes. But the enormous amounts of sensitive data flowing through complex Hybrid IT systems create data protection vulnerabilities and threaten compliance with regulations such as HIPAA and HITECH at a time of a growing cyber-attack pandemic.
Regulations, such as HIPAA and GDPR, and global standards such as ISO 27799:2016 on health informatics, raise the bar for healthcare and life sciences organizations, obligating the protection of sensitive personal data and levying substantial fines for not doing so. Learn how Thales enables healthcare and life-sciences organizations to accelerate digital transformation by reducing risk, complexity, and cost.Get the eBook
Accelerate time to compliance by centralizing data discovery, classification, data protection, and unprecedented granular access controls with centralized key management – all on a single platform. Apply policy-based data and access security to protect Personal Health Information (PHI) based on specific regulation requirements such as HIPAA, HITECH, ISO 27799:2016, GDPR, and more.
AmerisourceBergen deploys Ciphertrust Data Security Platform to protect privacy and comply with regulations.
Simplify user access to cloud services, streamline cloud identity management, and eliminate password hassles for IT and users, while providing a single pane view of access events across your app estate to ensure that the right user has access to the right application at the right level of trust.
Plagued with phishing emails almost daily, this Nashville-based medical center at Vanderbilt University decided to add an extra layer of security by leveraging multifactor authentication within their organization. With the help of Thales, VUMC can thwart cyber criminals’ attempts at stealing sensitive data.
The healthcare and life science industries are embracing new transformative technologies from connected medical devices and the internet of medical things (IoMT) to digital prescriptions and remote care. When implemented with the proper level of security these innovations are revolutionizing care for the benefit of patients.
A well-known Fortune 500 biotech company was developing next-generation Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) devices. Among the innovations was a line of Bluetooth-connected pacemakers that could be implanted in patients and updated and monitored remotely. This allows for firmware updates, remote diagnostics, and ultimately better patient outcomes.
Protect data in motion with solutions that provide a single platform to encrypt everywhere, from network traffic between data centers and the headquarters to backup and disaster recovery sites, whether on premises or in the cloud.
An Integrated Healthcare system of hospitals needed a high speed encryption solution to protect their sensitive closed-circuit TV (CCTV) data, ensuring uninterrupted secure video feeds that comply with their privacy policies while resulting in near zero impact on their data network.
The COVID-19 pandemic has helped bring to the forefront another pandemic: cyber-attacks on pharmaceutical and life-sciences enterprises.
NucleusHealth is advancing patient care through innovation in cloud-based medical image management, allowing global access to medical images by physicians, patients, and health systems, as well as healthcare companies requiring images for their products and services.
As part of its digital transformation, a healthcare organization based in the Netherlands selected SafeNet Trusted Access (STA) to protect access to Microsoft Office 365 applications as well as their Citrix digital workplace.
Czech law on digital signatures is at the forefront of national e-signature legislation in the European Union. In addition to e-signatures, Czech law also covers electronic marks and time stamping for digital health records submitted to electronic health systems by doctors and nurses.
As one of North America’s premier drug store chains this company handles large amounts of sensitive personal and business-related information.
This leading Australian research university was founded in 1958 and is home to major research facilities for science, law and medicine. Consistently ranked amongst the top 75 universities in the world, this university has campuses spanning 3 continents.
A recruitment firm-cum-clinical process outsourcing (CPO) company based in Philippines requires an access management system to centrally manage and secure access to cloud applications.
The Swedish National Board of Health and Welfare (Socialstyrelsen) is a government agency under the direction of the Ministry of Health and Social Affairs. The agency performs a wide range of activities and many different duties within social and medical fields.