Entreda debuts artificial intelligence-based cybersecurity risk mitigation platform for healthcare

The platform, called Unify, is designed to deliver continuous cybersecurity policy enforcement and HIPAA compliance for users, networks and devices.
By Bill Siwicki
11:08 AM
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Entreda has unveiled the second generation of its cybersecurity risk mitigation platform for healthcare organizations.

Dubbed Unify, the platform is designed to enable: continuous cybersecurity vulnerability assessments of people, processes and technology, including networks, applications and devices used by employees or contractors; real-time, context-based remediation for any instances of non-compliance detected using integrated security applications; and production of HIPAA-compliance reports and real-time notifications, all accessible within a dashboard.

During a period of escalating cyberthreats, healthcare organizations are required to demonstrate compliance with cybersecurity guidelines from HIPAA, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office for Civil Rights and state regulatory agencies.

“Unify is unique in its ability to automate security and compliance enforcement for healthcare providers,” said Jonathan Gavin, Envi Solutions, a healthcare managed security services company. “It reduces the burden for our clients who would otherwise need to manually check their systems to confirm that HIPAA and OCR regulatory guidelines are properly implemented.”

Leveraging user behavioral data gathered from thousands of active users under management, Entreda has developed decision trees to automate cybersecurity and compliance workflows at scale, the vendor explained. The Unify platform is based on an architecture that combines heuristics-based user behavioral analytics, centralized service policy management, and extensible IT services workflows, the vendor added.

The benefits of this type of architecture include intelligent IT service and compliance automation, enterprise-grade security, a plug-and-play deployment model, anywhere-anytime access, and service extensibility, the company said.


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