Protecting information that contains Protected Health Information (PHI) is not optional. It’s also not easy. The number of drug names, health conditions, and ICD-10* codes is staggering, and keeping track of country and region-specific requirements can be overwhelming.
CloudLock’s solution helps you stay compliant with built-in, pre-defined healthcare policies tailored to your organization’s specific needs. And as needed, CloudLock’s policy engine can also be tuned to adapt to your organization’s specific requirements and risk-thresholds. For example, identifying when drug names are posted near an individual’s name, or in folders they are not allowed in.
CloudLock provides the flexibility to take a risk-appropriate response when PHI is detected. Actions can range from notifying the user or administrator of a possible policy violation to encryption and quarantining of the offending file or field. Specific policies include the following and more:
- Credit Card Number and Drug Name
- Credit Card Number and Health Condition
- ICD10 Code and Person Name
- ICD10 Code and Health Condition
- National Drug Codes
- Person Name and Drug Name
- Person Name and Health Condition
- Social Security Number and Drug Name
- Social Security Number and Health Condition
Are you concerned with HIPAA and HITECH? We’ve got you covered with our comprehensive guide to HIPAA and HITECH Compliance for Cloud Applications.
Putting It All Into Action
Get a cybersecurity checkup for a true measure of the security integrity of your cloud environment. Get started with a no-cost (and commitment-free) security assessment from CloudLock, where we’ll:
- Provide metrics, considerations, and recommendations regarding the security of your cloud platforms
- Recommend actionable next steps for institution Acceptable Use Policies (AUPs)
- Compare your Security Score to other customers
* ICD-10 is the 10th revision of the International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems (ICD), a medical classification list by the World Health Organization (WHO). It contains codes for diseases, signs and symptoms, abnormal findings, complaints, social circumstances, and external causes of injury or diseases.