System Monitoring

HIPAA Security Standard §164.306 Requires The Implementation Of Policies To Protect Against Real And Anticipated Threats To Electronic Protected Health Information (EPHI).

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Monitoring vital infrastructure and server health is essential, not only for preserving data integrity, but managing all applications in the environment. Without early detection, anomalous conditions can negatively impact the control of sensitive data. To meet this challenge, HIPAA Vault employs advanced, enterprise-grade monitoring tools customized for each organization’s unique environment, operating system, and applications. Immediate corrective action can be taken by skilled engineers and system administrators before serious escalations can occur.

HIPAA Vault’s HIPAA Compliant System Monitoring provides the ability to:

  • Report advanced monitoring and alerts/notifications, providing early-warning detection of vulnerabilities
  • Closely monitor server health, including: CPU load, RAM utilization, and network connectivity
  • Rapidly create and deploy virtual hardware, tailored to changing network and storage needs
  • Ensure smooth functioning of mission-critical web applications

HIPAA Vault’s HIPAA Compliant System Monitoring uses proven, enterprise-grade monitoring with advanced detection capabilities to monitor hardware, network devices, and applications. Skilled system administrators create threshold alerts, signaling that corrective measures are needed before a serious incident occurs. Managed hosting also means comprehensive monitoring and ensuring smooth operation for all applications. Trained engineers are always on-call, 24x7x365 for response to any incident that requires immediate attention.

Common Deployments for HIPAA Vault’s HIPAA Compliant System Monitoring include health care providers, medical specialists and laboratories, employer group health plans, as well as remote employees and contractors (under BAAs) who communicate protected patient information.