The HIPAA act is regulation designed to protect the privacy and security of individuals’ health information while encouraging companies to adopt new technologies to improve the quality and efficiency of patient care. SecuPi developed a solution that helps companies discover and improve the way they handle their customers’ sensitive health-related data by defining rules and providing access on a need-to-know basis.
The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is a set of security standards that apply to any organization that accepts, process, stores and transmits credit card information.
Personal identifiable information is any types of information that when combined with other relevant data could help identify individuals in context. Due to the wealth of information provided by big data, there has been a significant rise in malicious activities, which has raised concerns over how companies handle the personal data of their customers. SecuPi created a platform that enables to maximize the protection of PII on high-risk application. Companies deploy SecuPi to protect their customers’ sensitive data by ensuring that data is accessed on a need-to-know basis while protecting from careless and malicious abuse.
The SOX act of 2002 is a U.S. federal law that established requirements for all U.S. management, public accounting firms and company boards. SOX was created with the intent of protecting the general public and the shareholders from accounting mistakes and malicious activities in enterprises and improve the accuracy of corporate announcements. SecuPi developed a technology enabling U.S. companies to easily meet the SOX requirements act and be compliant within a few days and with no development efforts.
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is a legislation imposed on Californian companies in order to protect its consumer’s privacy. It regulates the way organizations collect and store consumer personal information. The CCPA goes into force on January 1, 2020 and will hold companies accountable for protecting their consumers’ data, focusing mainly on profiting from the sale of personal consumer information without their knowledge or consent.
SecuPi augments business applications with the capabilities for meeting GDPR requirements, including ‘Right to be forgotten’, ‘Data Minimization’, ‘Consent’ and ‘Records of Processing Activities’ without code changes and within days per application.