Medical records are 10 times more valuable than data of other industries, making the healthcare industry an enticing target for hackers. Cyphre’s secure file sharing and collaboration solution with advanced BlackTIE® encryption enables healthcare providers to share patient data with absolute security, and without imposing on productivity.
Patient health information transferred through the Cyphre cloud has an added layer of protection through BlackTIE® encryption. The hardware-encrypted Black Keys nullify the threat of patient data being exposed.
Cyphre’s BlackTIE® operates in the background and is invisible to the end user. Its heightened security does not hinder the ability of hospital systems and its employees to be productive, nor does it limit collaboration.
Cyphre’s BlackTIE® technology enables hospitals to apply the privacy and security framework within the HIPAA Privacy Rule and Safeguards Principles.
Cyphre’s BlackTIE® technology can be applied across the entire hospital IT infrastructure, protecting information behind the firewall and data that gets transferred over the public Internet. For hospitals that utilize cloud storage, BlackTIE® extends protection of these files, adding a formidable layer of security.
The expansion of the Internet of Things into healthcare and previous unregulated file sharing methods are putting patient privacy at risk. Cyphre’s BlackTIE® encryption technology protects patients’ personal health information and allows for secure and easy transfer of large proprietary files while adhering to HIPAA and HITECH compliance standards.
Cyphre’s BlackTIE® encryption technology protects the privacy of personal health information (PHI) through the use of Black Keys. These hardware-encrypted keys add an extra layer of security on top of standard TLS encryption. This approach guarantees that only those systems with verifiable keys can view files. Unlike software-only encryption, Black Keys are never readable in plaintext, nor are they exposed in memory. Even if a threat event occurs and an attacker is able to access the main memory buffers, Cyphre’s Black Keys are still protected and rendered completely unusable.