At VITech we provide a vide rage of safety and security measures ensuring uptime in components such as web and database servers, accessibility, usability, supportability, analysis of overall system performance, reliability from the user’s point of view. Security measures to protect digital data from the unwanted actions of unauthorized users, such as cyberattacks or data breaches.
One of the main reasons is the type of collected and stored data. Healthcare organizations process very detailed records of patients’ personal information, including names, dates of birth, addresses, social security numbers, payment accounts information, etc.
Collecting sensitive personal data increases the risks of data attacks. Additionally, healthcare data tends to fetch a higher amount on the black markets than other stolen data types. For these reasons, data safety is an essential part of the healthcare industry to protect confidential patient information and comply with regulations like those mandated by HIPAA. We can help you to pursue a proactive approach to stability instead of reacting when a problem occurred.
In general, security measures are needed to include security protocols for employees, patients, vendors, suppliers, contractors. Data access permissions such as access to the patient diagnoses, treatment plans, prescriptions, insurance information, and billing records need to be tightly controlled on a need-to-know basis. Not everyone needs access to this data. Access must be limited to only those responsible for processing insurance claims and billing.
If you transfer data from workstations to servers, the internet, or cloud-based systems, using data encryption is vital. Our data encryption solutions offer the currently highest available security level.
Several types of apps can monitor different procedures, operations, and processes. We can develop an app for you to see who works with your files, accessing, updating, creating, moving, and deleting them. Another app can help identify unauthorized access, changes to user accounts and detect data breaches.
Using a unified monitoring and analysis tool helps you to focus your efforts by discovering all devices and servers, then isolating performance issues. Collaboration tools that work across mobile devices and desktops are essential to limit downtime when issues occur.
The best way to protect your data is to use multifactor authentication that verifies username and passwords and requires entering a one-time user passcode sent to their mobile phone or email account.
A malicious ransomware attack locks you out of your systems until you pay the hacker. There is no guarantee of full restore of your access to your data even after paying the ransom. it’s good to have an app that protects your workstations and servers from ransomware.
A well-defined, strict process of change management ensures that failures don’t occur in case of improvement modifications. This includes patch installation, network configuration, and software version upgrades.
Higher quality software results in more excellent uptime. We can help your company to implement proper testing procedures. Every small change — from code modifications to system reconfiguration and even network infrastructure upgrades — needs to be regression tested end-to-end.
Slow or compromised communications can directly affect network stability. You need to know your global network: network infrastructure, physical and virtual servers, open ports, weak points, vital communication points. The best way to do this is visual, using tools that help you interpret complexity at a glance.
Define and establish a stable computing environment, including a Recovery Time Objective (RTO), the maximum time tolerable without access to the application, a Recovery Point Object (RPO), server metrics, and UX effects. Enabling a company-wide view of holistic system metrics instead of technology-focused ones can help measure risk factors that can disrupt your (and your client’s) system.
To stop outages before they occur is the best way to ensure stability. You can use analytics tools to see trends that help predict future outages by collecting data from across each system, both when they fail and when they’re running correctly.