Patient data is privileged.
We keep it that way.

Hackers have a huge financial incentive to target the healthcare and health insurance industries – it’s a seller’s black market for sensitive financial and medical information. And while greater digital accessibility has improved services and enabled more efficient cross-organization file transfers, it has also increased exposure to cyber attacks.

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Why Votiro is Perfect for Protecting Hospital and Patient Data

Healthcare facilities are 24/7 machines that ingest countless documents from patients, third-parties, and other providers, including some of the most private information available – patient data. The risk associated with such a large handling of files is immense, leaving hospitals a prime source for attackers as teams transfer and receive from multiple un-secure sources, like email, FTP, portal uploads, and other methods of file exchange.

With such a massive number of files comes an even greater risk of clicking on an innocent-looking link or attachment, giving hackers access to a treasure trove of sensitive information. With Votiro, all incoming files are cleansed of threats before they reach the endpoint, so you can be sure staff is opening safe content, and that systems aren’t ingesting malware by mistake.

Although regulations like HIPAA are in place to protect medical information from unauthorized access, many so-called solutions can only flag sensitive information for follow-up, rather than remedy the issue of exposed PII in real-time.

  • Trusted by Industry Leaders

    “Because of Votiro, we can safely allow downloads. I think about 70% of the files we wanted to download weren’t allowed with our previous vendor. Votiro gave us the greatest flexibility in file downloading throughout our whole organization.

    ALYN Children’s Hospital
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    How Votiro’s Technology Stopped a Hospital Cyber Attack

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