HIPAA Encryption Compliance Easier With AlertBoot Full Disk Encryption : hard drive failure
August 14, 2013 Jon 0 Comments
Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) August 13, 2013
With approximately 40 days until compliance with the HIPAA Final Omnibus Rule, covered entities and business associates are adopting AlertBoot Full Disk Encryption as their laptop encryption solution of choice thanks to AlertBoot’s ease of use and remote installation feature. AlertBoot, a leading provider of mobile device management and full disk encryption managed services, is an ideal solution for securing ePHI on medical laptops, external hard drives, and mobile devices like smartphones and tablets.
“The deadline to the Final Omnibus Rule is September 23, 2013,” said Tim Maliyil, CEO and founder of AlertBoot. “Frankly, I’m a little surprised to find that HIPAA covered entities are contacting us so belatedly, especially as part of an evaluation group of competing solutions. With less than 50 days until the compliance date, most establishments with 100 computers or so might find themselves strapped for time in implementing traditional encryption solutions. Perhaps that’s why we’re seeing so much interest in AlertBoot, which has a track record of securing nearly 100 laptops in two weeks and over 1000 laptops in less than a month.”
According to the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), “Protected health information (PHI) is rendered unusable, unreadable, or indecipherable to unauthorized individuals if”**:
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