Netmail, Inc. and Project Hosts, Inc. announced today that they have teamed up to deliver Netmail’s Hadron Data Auditing and eDiscovery services to healthcare organizations as an on-demand service from a HIPAA/HITRUST compliant Azure Cloud. Now, organizations with sensitive information that must comply with Federal, State and other international privacy regulations such as European Community GDPR and Canada’s PIPEDA, can perform searches for audits from a compliant cloud. Netmail Hadron allows investigations and eDiscovery on file systems, email archives, SharePoint, SharePoint O365, and file sharing solutions such as Box, Egnyte, and Citrix ShareFile.
As American healthcare organizations are required to meet HIPAA regulations, they may be required to perform regular audits to find confidential information such as PHI, PCI, and PII. When these organizations start moving to the cloud, having broad visibility into that data on the cloud and on-premises becomes increasingly difficult. Netmail Hadron provides a secure data auditing solution that will enable healthcare organizations to easily identify and view all of their sensitive data, no matter where it is located before and after migrating this data to the cloud.
“Project Hosts provides Azure security containers that, together with supporting policies and procedures, implement controls related to access, authentication, encryption, auditing, business continuity, change management, incident response, privacy, annual assessment and other areas required for compliance with leading standards, including HIPAA, HITRUST, IS0 27001, and FedRAMP,” said Scott Chapman, CEO and Co-founder of Project Hosts, Inc. “When ISVs or healthcare entities choose to deploy their applications in these containers, they inherit compliance with those standards, allowing them to deliver compliant cloud solutions to their customers.”
Netmail will be demo-ing their Hadron solution in a HIPAA/HITRUST Azure Cloud at the Microsoft Ignite #MSIgnite conference in Orlando, FL, September 25-29, in booth #1244.