Streamline HIPAA Compliance with AI
As increasing amounts of healthcare data are created, shared, received, used, modified, accessed, stored, archived, deleted and every day, flowing from a system to another in the cloud or on-premises, how does one keep track of old & new ePHI ? How to secure it as required by HIPAA and as expected by the public? To prevent healthcare privacy breaches through proper management of ePHI, one needs NetGovern Audit & Remediate’s help to:
Audit all unstructured data with our AI model for PHI
Automatically quarantine, move or delete identified issues
Continuously monitor all systems for real-time remediation
Improve Data-Centric Security
HIPAA-covered entities can also maximize ePHI security and protect all sensitive information by ensuring that security resources are effectively applied. Information Governance (IG) principles help in reducing the size organizations' attack surface and locating their most valuable assets.
Reduce the Attack Surface
Locate and delete redundant, obsolete, and trivial (ROT) data. ROT represents 40-70% of all organizations’ data, may be sensitive, but don’t bring any value. Deleting it helps security teams to focus budgetary & personnel resources on more important data while alleviating post-breach assessment procedures.
Protect High-Risk Targets
Locate High-Value/High-Risk locations and files to apply an extra protection layer to what really matters. Analyze access rights & permissions to these files & items to apply the principle of least privilege. Revert to previous versions of high-value items in case of corruption caused malware, ransomware, or simple negligence.
Mitigate the Impact of Data Breaches
Data leaks can’t always be avoided, but effective breach assessment and prompt disclosure can mitigate the severity of regulatory sanctions and minimize litigation risks.
With NetGovern's Forensic capabilities, quickly gain visibility into the content of breached locations to assess the severity of leaks in hours, not weeks.
Knowing with certainty which custodians were affected eliminates the need for over-disclosure, minimizing litigation risks.
Auditing leaves a full audit trail to ensure that diligence can be proven to OCR and other regulatory authorities by producing reports for their review.