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For healthcare providers of all sizes and types, ePHI is propagating in more places than ever before. This includes the cloud environment. For Office 365, ePHI can lie in Exchange, Sharepoint, OneDrive, Teams, and more. And since HIPAA requires you monitor all access to ePHI, you'll need a tool that monitors Office 365 in addition to your EHRs, clinical, and other applications. You can get total visibility into which users are handling which data, where, and when by using FairWarning to monitor your Office 365 audit logs and deliver proactive alerts on suspicious or abnormal activity. • Azure activity • Administrative changes • Creation & deletion of users Grow a culture of trust with FairWarning for Office 365 For more information, please visit | 727-576-6700 | © Copyright 2004-2019 FairWarning | All rights reserved. Various trademarks held by their respective owners. Enhance HIPAA Compliance with Total Visibility into ePHI Access • Creation of administrators • Creation & deletion of users • Permission, role, and password changes Retain data for six years, per HIPAA requirements. • Item downloads • Item uploads • Item modifications • Activity/access monitoring To learn how we can begin monitoring access to your ePHI in Office 365 within 48 hours, contact your Customer Success Manager or email • Logins • Item downloads • Item uploads How are healthcare organizations using FairWarning to strengthen HIPAA compliance by monitoring ePHI in Office 365? • Item modifications • Mailbox permission changes • Mitigating phishing attempts Information Security Compliance Monitor user activity for misuse by watching for… Systematically monitor user activity to meet HIPAA requirements by monitoring for… Monitor your investment in Office 365 by tracking… Usage & Adoption

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