Healthcare data securitysolutions
The digitalisation of healthcare requires a significant amount of effort to secure Personal Healthcare Information (PHI) while preserving clarity, usability, and extensibility of large-scale hospital systems and wellness mobile apps.
Our solutions and open-source libraries are widely adopted in healthcare: from small mobile apps to large-scale distributed inter-hospital systems.
Healthcare data security challenges
Healthcare compliance demands
Healthcare data interoperability
Security vs usability
Modern healthcare data security solutions
Defense in depth
Separation of sensitive data
// Relevant products
A DATABASE SECURITY SUITE
A CROSS PLATFORM CRYPTO LIBRARY
// Custom design and implementation
End-to-end encrypted communications
Traditional application security
Product security strategy
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How we make a difference
Experience in healthcare data security
Security customised for your use case
Achieving healthcare compliance
Security & usability
Our mission is simple.
We help you focus on serving your customers better, while relieving your team from security engineering pains and making your users confident that their data is safe with you.
There are many ways we can help: with our products, bespoke solutions, and engineering services. Leave your contact information to connect with our team:
Introduction to automated security testing
Keep your code shipshape and reduce vulnerabilities with automated security testing. Delve into ways and tools of software security testing that developers and platform engineers can set up and automate to make apps more secure.
Acra 0.90.0: application level encryption and searchable encryption for any SQL and NoSQL databases
Acra Community Edition 0.90.0 – database security suite for SQL and NoSQL databases, which comes with application level encryption, searchable encryption, and encryption-as-a-service API available for any developer.
PII Encryption Requirements. Cheatsheet
What data is sensitive and needs to be encrypted according to data privacy regulations like CCPA, GDPR, HIPAA, etc.? Our cheatsheet addresses this question