Protect PHI from Insider Misuse

Safeguard valuable personal health information while ensuring compliance with leading edge behavioral monitoring and analytics from Veriato.

The healthcare industry manages data with some of the highest value on the dark web, making it a prime target for both insider and external threat actors. Electronic Health Records (EHR) applications provide an audit trail of access to records, but healthcare organizations need to also understand how PHI data is used beyond their EHR to ensure the data remains secure.

In addition, the healthcare industry’s ever-present mandate to meet HIPAA compliance, which include penalties as high as $1.5M, augments the need to ensure protection of PHI data to also include demonstrating that protective controls are in place and are effective.

To both assess and confirm the adherence to HIPAA and the assurance of secure PHI data, healthcare organizations require visibility into user interaction with PHI – regardless of the application.

57.5 Healthcare data breaches

How Veriato Helps

Protect, Prevent, and Remediate Threats with Veriato

Veriato helps healthcare organizations of all kinds ensure the security of their data and operations through both predictive leading indicators based on user behavior, and detailed, contextual, rich logging of all user activity – both inside systems housing financial, customer, or investor data, as well as any other application. Veriato’s two-prong approach provides complete visibility into the individual actions of each user, while maintaining the privacy of employees.

Veriato’s unmatched visibility into user activity serves as the basis for behavioral analytics and activity monitoring, which together provide accurate early detection of both potential and active threats.

63 Healthcare data breaches

How Veriato Works

Veriato is endpoint-based, which ensures organizations have complete visibility into user behavior, regardless of application. By creating an audit trail that spans the entirety of a user’s activity – which includes application and resource usage, communications, web activity, and more – detection of threats (both analytics- and action-based), investigations, and contextual response is simplified.

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Cerebral continually watches all user behaviors on every Windows workstation and server, MAC and Android device. It monitors all files, application, emails, chats, internet and network usage, psycholinguistics and more.

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Veriato AI continually analyzes all user behavior for signs of threat, including indications of stolen credentials.

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As soon as a threat is detected, Cerebral alerts the security team. Additionally, integrated alerting minimizes the security team’s workload.

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Cerebral’s Time-Capsule DVR gives you an immediate video playback of the user’s on-screen actions. This allows you to quickly see the nature of the threat.

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Video playback lets you react immediately and with 100% confidence, notifying building security and management while you isolate the endpoint from the network. Additionally, Cerebral's video evidence is crucial for legal action.

Veriato’s unmatched visibility into user activity serves as the basis for behavioral analytics and activity monitoring, which together provide accurate early detection of both potential and active threats.

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Maintain and Demonstrate Compliance

Here are just some of the ways Veriato assists with compliance mandates specific to Healthcare:

Assists with risk analysis of confidentiality, integrity, and availability of patient data

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Provides the most comprehensive activity review possible

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Meet burden of proof requirements demonstrating the lack of a breach

§ 164.414

Authenticate ePHI has not been altered or destroyed in an unauthorized manner.

§ 164.312

Demonstrate compliance with Administrative Safeguards

§ 164.530

Perform reviews of provisions around patient data access and use

§ 164.308