FairWarning – Rethinking Data Privacy, Security, and Governance to Build Trust
As the value of data rises, data privacy and security has become a major concern for organizations. FairWarning was founded in 2005 to protect patient data, creating the patient privacy monitoring category. The platform connects data from the EHR and other healthcare applications to identify impermissible patient record access, including data breaches. Over the years, FairWarning has continued to innovate by listening to customers and the market to proactively address stated and anticipated needs.
In 2015, FairWarning expanded its data monitoring capabilities to include applications beyond healthcare-specific systems. FairWarning now helps customers protect data in Salesforce, Office 365, and numerous other popular applications. Across these applications, FairWarning helps identify areas of risk from access control, privileged user monitoring and data exfiltration, helping to create a culture of security and reinforce trust. This helps organizations comply with key regulatory requirements across industries and localities, including HIPAA, GDPR, PCI, SOX, and FINRA.In mid-March 2020 when the impact of the coronavirus was just starting to become visible, the company quickly developed a COVID-19 reporting module to help customers track COVID-19 patients and associated record access. Within two weeks, the module was expanded into a customizable dashboard for all key privacy tracking data associated with COVID-19 patients. Hospitals could then review the data in a single pane of glass to maximize efficiency during the pandemic.
To read the full post on CIO Bulletin, please use the link below.