HIPAA Compliant Hosting
HIPAA gives broad guidelines for compliance in hosting, but doesn’t clearly define instruction on how to implement controls to meet those guidelines. As a result, when asked to define what HIPAA compliant hosting means, many infrastructure teams struggle to articulate exactly how their servers are made to be HIPAA-compliant. At Interoptex, we’ve consulted with the industry’s top InfoSec teams to come up with a rock-solid definition of what HIPAA compliant hosting means to us, which has led us to state-of-the-art selection of security controls to ensure HIPAA compliant cloud storage and HIPAA compliant web hosting and cloud storage.
Aggressive Threat Management
Minimum Necessary Access
Monitoring and Immediate Response
We think you’ll be hard-pressed to find a more strict definition, or to find a hosting partner that implements these controls with the same level of expertise and discipline as Interoptex. Servers are monitored around the clock at the network, operating system, and hardware levels by trained technicians with extensive experience in HIPAA-sensitive environments. We enforce intrusion prevention, intrusion detection, and data leakage protection on all servers. These controls are custom-tailored to your systems during the implementation process by our experienced technicians. All data disks are encrypted, and we lock down all ingress and egress destinations so your data only goes where it should, when it should.
All of our products were chosen after an extensive vetting period to ensure we could provide our customers the maximum level of security at a price point that makes sense for growing companies. Why risk a breach with a reactive security posture? Why incur needless fees by building your own HIPAA-compliant environment through expensive tools and consulting fees when Interoptex can have you up and running in a matter of hours?
We can assist your team with your HIPAA compliant web hosting and HIPAA compliant cloud storage needs, and leave the frustratingly lengthy timelines and exorbitant expenses of healthcare security consulting behind.
Are you ready to consider a more HIPAA compliant infrastructure?
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