Healthcare

Preempt Compromise of Electronic Personal Health Information (ePHI)

In order to avoid violating HIPAA requirements, you need to protect access to critical systems that store ePHI data. By ensuring only authorized users have access through automated processes, you can reduce burden on IT and security teams.

Securing Access to Critical Healthcare Systems

Any user on any device accessing your most critical patient data needs to be verified to protect against unauthorized access. Preempt helps enable Multi-factor Authentication (MFA) to your most critical healthcare systems so that only the right users are accessing your sensitive systems.

Stopping Privileged Credential Abuse

In a majority of ePHI data breaches, a privileged credential was abused in a malicious or negligent manner. In order to protect against the threats like stealthy administrators, you need to ensure that privileged credentials for both user and service accounts are not being misused.

Protecting Against Ransomware and Targeted Attacks

Ransomware and Targeted Attacks on critical healthcare workstations and servers are a growing problem because of the sensitivity of patient data. Preempts help organizations protect themselves from ransomware.

Enabling HIPAA Compliance Requirements

Established by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, HIPPA requirements require compliance. Preempt can help achieve the requirements for Access Control, establishing a Risk Management Policy, and restricting 3rd party access.