Greater Visibility into ePHI with Office 365 Monitoring

April 11, 2019

ePHI is proliferating in more places than ever before - including the cloud environment. For Office 365 users, ePHI can lie in Exchange, Sharepoint, OneDrive, Teams, and more. And since HIPAA requires you to monitor all access to ePHI, you'll need a tool that monitors Office 365 in addition to your EHRs, clinical, and other applications. 

Read the datasheet to learn how 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 behavior.

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