CLEARWATER, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--FairWarning, Inc., the leading provider of application security intelligence solutions in healthcare, today announced the release of its data protection and governance solution for customers using Office 365™. Business-minded professionals in any regulated industry can use FairWarning for cloud-based applications to seamlessly safeguard sensitive investor, consumer, patient and customer information stored or transmitted through Office 365, as well as comply with PCI, HIPAA and other industry regulations.
FairWarning’s support for Office 365 is an easy, affordable and efficient way to leverage event monitoring files to see, and act upon, what is happening to data stored or transmitted through Office 365. It turns event monitoring files into human readable text for the everyday business user. From Outlook® to OneDrive™, with FairWarning for cloud-based applications, business-minded professionals can monitor, manage, audit and investigate what is happening to their most sensitive data across the full Office 365 suite.
The solution provides data protection through user activity monitoring and is designed to proactively monitor and alert on common security and governance controls, as well as enable flexible reporting and policy enforcement – with streamlined, one click investigations. Its easy-to-use and understand dashboards and point-and-click interface are designed for even non-technical users.
According to Barry Runyon, research vice president for Gartner, in the October 2015 Market Guide for Cloud Service Providers to Healthcare Delivery Organizations report, “Despite the general lack of agreement on cloud security standards, healthcare providers will increasingly adopt cloud services that involve protected healthcare information (PHI) to keep pace with the IT infrastructure, system and support requirements of the real-time healthcare system, and to remain competitive in an industry that is under unprecedented pressure to transform itself. This transformation will rely heavily on IT, and the cloud will play an important part.”
“We are seeing many of our customers, specifically in healthcare, adopt Office 365 and other cloud-based applications,” said Kurt J. Long, founder and CEO, FairWarning. “By providing data protection and governance support for these cloud-based applications, we are delivering expanded value across the enterprise. FairWarning for Office 365 is super easy to use and makes complicated information really easy to understand. Customers can seamlessly roll this solution into their existing security, privacy and compliance platform to understand and take appropriate actions to who is doing what with their proprietary and sensitive data.”
For healthcare providers currently using FairWarning Patient Privacy Intelligence, the addition of FairWarning for Office 365 is a seamless and simple add-on, providing a complimentary and expanded view of who is accessing, downloading or exporting protected health information (PHI) – further bolstering care provider privacy, security and compliance postures.
FairWarning® is a leading provider of solutions that deliver information security intelligence and insights for mission critical applications, such as Salesforce, Office 365, Electronic Health Records (EHRs) and cloud-based applications. Auditing over 350 business applications, FairWarning inspects immense volumes of application security information and provides visibility related to application risk, security, and governance through deep insights into user access behaviors. FairWarning provides a comprehensive platform and managed services for real-time and continuous monitoring, advanced threat detection and filtering, performing forensic investigations and incident containment, enforcing access policies, conducting legal investigations, and improving compliance effectiveness with complex federal and state privacy laws such as HIPAA, PCI, SOX, FISMA and EU Data Protection Act. FairWarning delivers insights 24x7x365. FairWarning catches people stealing your data.
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