Author: Adnan Raja

HIPAA Security Rule Checklist: What is the HIPAA Security Rule?

The HIPAA Security Rule is a piece of the Healthcare insurance Portability and Accountability Act, passed by Congress and signed into law in 1996. Here is a little information on the Security Rule and a HIPAA Security Rule Checklist so that your organization can quickly and effectively become compliant.

HIPAA Security and Privacy Rules

In 1996, a few pen strokes (and a lot of political wrangling leading up to those pen strokes) made a huge impact on the American healthcare industry: President Bill Clinton signed the Healthcare insurance Portability and Accountability Act into law.

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HIPAA Compliance Guide & Checklist: What Is HIPAA?

Overwhelmed with HIPAA compliance? You’re not alone. Compliance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) is important to the covered entities and business associates that are expected by the federal government to follow the law and be HIPAA compliant.

However, the requirements of HIPAA and its regulatory agency, the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), are not as rigid as they first may seem. We’ve detailed the broad concepts required to understand HIPAA or HIPAA compliant hosting in this article, which serves as a beginner’s HIPAA Compliance Guide; further below, you will find our HIPAA Compliance Checklist.

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13 HIPAA-Compliant SaaS Tools to Increase Productivity

Streamlining workflow and increasing productivity can be tricky for any business. For companies in heavily-regulated industries like healthcare, it can be downright daunting.

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), which was enacted in 1996, requires all healthcare providers to meet strict data privacy and security requirements in order to safeguard protected health information (PHI).

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How to Best Mitigate Cybersecurity Risks and Protect Your Data

In the Internet age, data is an increasingly valuable asset; data on all aspects of modern life is captured, stored and processed online. Data warehousing and machine learning techniques have enabled business organizations to use this data to learn customer habits and predict future growth. Due to surging recognition in the value of data, it is especially important for individuals, businesses and enterprises to push a security-first agenda, mitigate cybersecurity risks, and protect all business-critical or otherwise sensitive data.

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Data Breaches Caused by Misconfigured Servers Within a Healthcare Environment

Adnan Raja February 25, 2019 by under HIPAA Data Centers 0 Comments

Considering high-profile data breaches in the past decade, data security has become a critically important issue within organizations which handle user data online. Particularly for healthcare professionals, protecting confidential and sensitive information is a significant compliance requirement. The mass media is flooded with news headlines and articles about the latest organization to be hit with a large-scale data breach: all-too-familiar stories about the theft of an abundance of personally identifiable information, the negligence of the officials guilty of inadequately securing that data, and the actions to be taken by the victims.

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How to Become HIPAA-Compliant: Our 10-Step Guide

Adnan Raja January 8, 2019 by under HIPAA Compliant Hosting 0 Comments

One of the problems with our increasingly technological world is that the speed at which our devices and services upgrade and make older versions obsolete can be dizzying. It feels like only an instant before the latest smartphone or flatscreen TV is being replaced with the bigger, better, faster model.

The same holds true in the world of hosting, data information, and server management. And while it can be tough to keep up for any type of business, it’s crucially important if your company is involved with health care IT and has to maintain HIPAA Compliance.

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Windows Server 2019 Datacenter Now Available!

Adnan Raja December 21, 2018 by under Announcements 0 Comments

We are pleased to announce the release of Windows Server 2019 Datacenter Cloud Server operating system for use in our Public Cloud.

Although this is a major release for Windows Server, Microsoft has kept the user interface and administration largely the same as Windows Server

2016 Datacenter. This will allow users to dive right into using Windows Server 2019 without a learning curve.

New features in Windows Server 2019

Some of the new features that have been introduced in Windows Server 2019 include:

System Insights:

This new feature provides insights into the functioning of your server and helps predict issues that may occur. This feature is designed to help cut down on reactive maintenance costs.

Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP):

ATP exposes memory and kernel level attacks and responds by suppressing malicious files and terminating malicious processes to help keep your system protected.

Storage Migration Service:

Storage Migration Service makes it easier to migrate servers to a newer version of Windows Server. It provides a graphical tool that inventories, transfers, and configures data from old servers on to newer servers. It can optionally move the identities/users of the old servers to the new servers, so that the applications and users don’t have to change anything.

Heterogenous Containers:

This feature makes it possible to run Windows and Linux-based containers on the same Windows Server host using the same docker daemon.

Windows Time Service:

Windows Time Service provides provide more precise and frequent time syncing than the previous versions of Windows Server.

Login to provision 2019 Windows server in less than 30 seconds!


Two-Factor Authentication vs. Multi-factor Authentication – The Best Log-In Security

When securing access to sensitive IT infrastructure, professionals must consider what security authentication method is going to be implemented to protect the data and content stored within. With the prominent and growing concerns of cybercrime and internet security in the computing industry, a simple single-factor authentication process with a standard user name and password to access online accounts, computers, servers or even banking services is insufficient.

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