Fortanix offers multiple solutions to cater to the data security needs of the Healthcare sector. Healthcare organizations can also use Fortanix Confidential Computing Manager to run applications and data within secure enclaves and use this data for multiparty analytics for better patient outcomes and find cure for diseases. Fortanix Data Security Manager (DSM) provides built-in HSM, Key Management and Tokenization capabilities with flexible consumption options. They can now secure data and keys regardless of where it resides.
Whitepaper: Secure Healthcare AI with Confidential Computing
In this paper, we consider how AI can be adopted by healthcare organizations while ensuring compliance with the data privacy laws governing the use of protected healthcare information (PHI) sourced from multiple jurisdictions.Learn More
Enable secure migration to cloud with single cloud ready solution for encryption
Fortanix manages encryption across on-premises, hybrid, and multiple public cloud environments, enabling customers to provide consistent data protection and migrate apps to any cloud environment. Healthcare organizations can now reduce the cost of complexity of data security by consolidating or replacing multiple encryptions, HSMs, key management, tokenization, and secrets management systems with a single integrated system with standardized cryptographic interfaces.
Apply Tokenization to achieve HIPAA and other regulatory compliance
Use Tokenization to comply with HIPAA regulations by substituting electronically protected health information (ePHI) and non-public personal information (NPPI) with a tokenized value.
Get complete control and visibility into sensitive health data
Centralized intuitive web-based user interface for management. Role-based access control (RBAC) for users, applications and groups with segregation of duties. Comprehensive tamper-proof audit logs to track all activity, including administration, authentication, access, and key operations.
Continuous protection for data and applications in use.
Confidential computing protects data and applications by running them in secure enclaves that isolate the data and code to prevent unauthorized access, even when the compute infrastructure is compromised. This can help healthcare organizations to keep the data protected always, even when in use, protect intellectual property and even use the data for multiparty analytics for better patient outcomes and treatment.
Use the scale of cloud without compromising security
Confidential computing powered by secure enclaves allows a variety of enterprise use cases to run on the cloud without compromising the security.
Associate Vice Chancellor for Informatics and Chief Digital Transformation Officer, Executive Director, Center for Digital Health Innovation,
Professor of Medicine, Cardiology at the University of California, San Francisco