Secure data exchange solutions help healthcare organizations manage and share data from any device while ensuring only the people that should have access, get access. Globalscape’s managed file transfer solution, Enhanced File Transfer™ (EFT™) for Healthcare helps keep data safe, while helping to maintain compliance for healthcare organizations of all sizes.
EFT for Healthcare assists organizations who must have a HIPAA secure file transfer solution to abide by the following tenants:
- Data must be secure from unauthorized access
- Data must be safeguarded against unauthorized modification
- Data must be accessible when and to whom it is required
EFT for Healthcare aids organizations in overall data management, while helping to keep data visible, achieve greater data security, and better manage and track compliance mandates.
With EFT for Healthcare in place, healthcare professionals can focus on helping colleagues, patients, or business partners, while providing worry-free, compliant data exchanges.
EFT for Healthcare features:
- Configure, deploy, and oversee data management policies from a central location
- Multi-layered security approach to help meet or exceed security and compliance requirements
- Advanced data workflow management and automation capabilities
- Real-time visibility into data transfers
- Quick and intuitive setup
Benefits of EFT for Healthcare
Ensuer compliance throughout your organization
Healthcare organizations are subject to a number of regulations, specifically HIPAA, HITECH and PCI DSS. EFT for Healthcare is designed to help facilitate compliance by providing encryption for better data protection, complete visibility over data through a centralized platform, and improved accuracy and reliability with automated data transfers.
Safeguard sensitive healthcare data
EFT for Healthcare encryption safeguards your data as it’s transferred and while it’s stored. The EFT High Security module, along with EFT’s DMZ Gateway®, helps organizations comply with data storage requirements—including not storing data in the network DMZ— using repository encryption and securely sanitizing (wiping) deleted data so that it cannot be reconstituted. The Content Integrity Control module for EFT processes files with anti-virus or data-loss prevention tools to prevent sensitive data from leaving your network.
Easy for end users, secure for you
Data security policies are only as good as an end user’s compliance. If the secure file transfer solution is not intuitive and easy to use, end users will look to other less secure methods to transfer sensitive data. From easy web browsers to secure mobile access for BYOD security, to secure, large file sharing via email, EFT for Healthcare provides a full range of HIPAA secure data exchange options to choose from, ensuring end-user acceptance of your policies.
EFT for Healthcare Includes
Provides the Ability to Move Your MFT Solution Out of the DMZ and Inside Your Firewall
Automates Data Transfer Processes, Saving Time and Increasing Efficiency
Enhances Security by Integrating with Antivirus or DLP tools to Inspect Files Being Transferred
Allows End-Users to Transfer Files from Any Web Browser
Provides Robust Visibility and Reporting Capabilities for Your Data
Provides Multi-layer Security to Help You Meet or Exceed Your Security and Compliance Requirements
Protect Data at Rest with Strong Public-Key and Symmetric Cryptography
Securely Send Large Files with Enhanced Visibility and Control
Healthcare Secure File Transfer Resources
By implementing a HIPAA secure file transfer solutions, PeaceHealth has been able to merge disparate file transfer methods while improving security and compliance procedures.
In the healthcare industry, the handling of particularly sensitive information is a normal daily occurrence. However, internal mechanisms for processing and handling data do not generally offer a user friendly and secure method for exchanging that information with patients or third parties.
A Chicago-based hospital lacked a reliable and efficient infrastructure to handle the high volume of sensitive data moving internally throughout the institution. Additionally, they regularly exchanged data with insurance companies, hospital vendors, and business partners.