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Encryption is a method to cypher data that a user sends and receives, as well as data that resides on endpoints and servers.
Enterprises of all scales and industries produce and manage sensitive data for both internal use and to share with vendors and customers. Tracking, storing and protecting sensitive data against exposure is a matter of corporate ethics and regulatory compliance as data protection regulations become stricter.
The complexities of security management across enterprise estates consisting of virtual machines, cloud, endpoints, and IoT devices require a cybersecurity solution that protects expansive IT infrastructure.
Learn the basics you need to know with HIPAA including the Privacy, Security and Breach Notification Rules. HIPAA Basics: What You Need to Know The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) is a well-known piece of US legislation that is designed to provide organizations in health care with data privacy and security provisions for medical information. The original regulations were adopted in 1996 but since then they were amended with new legislation via the Privacy Rule of 2000, the Security Rule of 2003, the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH) and the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act introduced in 2009 (ARRA).