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enforcement actions by the DEA in 2018
*The United States Department of Justice
Drug Diversion Monitoring & Identity Theft
Drug diversion and identity theft are major areas of concern for healthcare facilities around the globe.
FairWarning helps you identify the who, when, what, and how of illegal or inappropriate data access within your facility. Custom reports and enforced policies help you spot when drugs are diverted or self-prescriptions logged, large amounts of face sheets are printed, and more. Respond more quickly to law enforcement investigations with quick reporting and incident documentation.
Once PPI identifies an incident and helps you document the details, all that’s left is to sanction and train employees, helping you drive a culture of security and compliance and prevent future incidents from occurring.
of healthcare data privacy incidents involve forensic investigations
*BakerHostetler 2017 Data Security Incident Response Report
Forensic Investigations & E-Discovery
Patient complaints, e-discovery, OCR audits, law enforcement inquiries — all require forensic investigations into the who, what, when, and how of patient data access. But it’s more challenging than ever to run patient complaints and e-discovery requests across multiple apps holding a vast amount of data.
Secure healthcare organizations detect, investigate, mitigate, and remediate privacy and security incidents faster than ever with FairWarning. Stop spending days or weeks combing through complex and inconsistent audit logs, and instead run reports within seconds to determine how an incident occurred.
Proactive Detection of Privacy Breaches & Security Incidents
Some patient privacy breaches are obvious. Others aren’t – until it’s too late.
Stop employees and third-party contractors (e.g., physicians) from snooping on neighbors, relatives, and more with proactive alerts and proven workflows to determine whether an incident occurred. Save time with machine-learning intelligence that tunes false positives all the way to zero.
Thousands of healthcare facilities have become empowered to create a culture of privacy and security thanks to FairWarning’s behavioral analytics and Dynamic Identity Intelligence, which allow you to correlate user identities and examine past behavior to predict and prevent future damaging behavior.
of healthcare breaches are caused by insiders
*Verizon 2017 Data Breach Investigation Report
Governance Reporting & HIPAA Audit Controls
Prove demonstrable compliance to the OCR and other regulatory bodies thanks to immutable investigation documentation and risk assessments. Single-view employee and third-party user identity correlation help satisfy HIPAA Access Rights Management requirements.
Built-in robust governance reporting at the click of a button saves time, showing compliance and due diligence in reducing or eliminating privacy breaches for OCR audits. You’ll also be able to execute a list of reports that match the criteria of an OCR audit from the FairWarning Governance Library.
of healthcare compliance professionals lack confidence that they can demonstrate the effectiveness of their monitoring and auditing
*SAI Global 2017 Healthcare Compliance Benchmark Study
reduction in investigation time from FairWarning’s automated incident response
Artificial Intelligence Tunes Out False Positives
Our customers around the globe can tune out 100% of false positives by leveraging machine learning capabilities like automated incident response and intelligent filtering. We can even customize AI capabilities to increase your productivity, saving you time so you can focus on only the highest-risk access.
Automated incident response streamlines the alert review and incident response process by automating the reports most commonly used by incident analysis experts. Create standards for the alert review process and improve defensibility should an investigation be attacked or challenged in court.
Intelligent alert filtering helps cut your work in half. Enforced policies will continue to trigger alerts, while the system scans and dismisses those alerts deemed to be business-related.