In the wake of a global pandemic, many societal institutions are scoring low on trust. With trust also suffering regarding the security of medical data, it makes sense for healthcare practices to be asking who they can really trust.
HIPAA Vault’s customers can have peace of mind that our enterprise-level data center facilities meet or exceed industry-standard security certifications for HIPAA compliance, helping them to mitigate risk and ensure excellent patient care.
Extortion is as old as the hills, yet the story of the original “digital ransomware” is stranger than a Hollywood movie.
Securing digital health information in today’s world requires significant technical expertise. The aim of the HIPAA Security Rule is to maintain the “CIA” of HIPAA data: confidentiality, integrity, and availability while keeping hackers at bay.
Just as medical professionals rely on different types of scans to diagnose various conditions in the human body, a HIPAA host will also utilize specialized scans to identify possible abnormalities and weaknesses in your system.
HIPAA compliance is not optional when it comes to hosting private medical files. It is a requirement that can result in a fine and other penalties if violated, even accidentally. Many hosts claim to offer HIPAA compliant hosting, but in fact, may be missing certain features that could result in a breach of data security and/or a violation of HIPAA compliance.