SAN JOSE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--VeriFyle, the most secure cloud-sharing platform available, today announced their compliance with the U.S. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). Covered entity customers and their business associates who work directly with health care providers can now use VeriFyle to maintain a security level that is equivalent or greater than those required to protect electronic health records.
“We’re finding that many of our customers in the insurance and other healthcare-related industries frequently need to share personal health information,” said Jack Smith, CEO of VeriFyle. “These organizations need a HIPAA compliant way to share health and medical records. VeriFyle helps fulfill this requirement with a solution that is completely secure, very easy to use and affordable.”
Unlike most other cloud-storage and cloud-sharing services, which use a single master key for encrypting and decrypting their users’ data, VeriFyle’s Cellucrypt technology uses password-derived keys on top of a public-key system to individually encrypt data objects, adding several additional layers of protection for their users. With the additional option to disable password reset, VeriFyle becomes the most secure cloud-sharing platform available, while remaining extremely simple to use.
VeriFyle delivers ultra-secure messaging and document sharing, all from a simple, patented single-screen interface. VeriFyle was built from the ground up to be the most secure cloud-sharing solution available, and to deliver improved productivity to its users. VeriFyle’s industry-leading, patented encryption technology gives users the highest level of security, protecting them from bulk-access vulnerability through the unique encryption of each individual document, note and conversation.