SSL, or “Secure Sockets Layer,” is the standard risk management means for ensuring the safe transmission of sensitive information. When this encryption is in place, a browser will show a padlock image before the https protocol in the status location bar. This is achieved through the use of strong cipher suites (the combination of authentication, encryption, and message authentication code algorithms), necessary to protect against security vulnerabilities. SSL encryption requires an SSL certificate to be installed on your server, and more server resources are required to maintain performance of encrypted data.
HIPAA Vault’s SSL Certificate Management provides the following:
HIPAA Vault’s SSL Certificate Management ensures that data is stored in an encrypted state in the cloud, using secure cryptographic algorithms. Managed services provide continuous monitoring of system infrastructure by subject matter experts, ensuring the integrity and security of your data while utilizing the most effective and up-to-date cipher suites.