Digitate’s Intelligent AIOps Platform Achieves HIPAA and GDPR Compliance
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) is the U.S. regulatory standard for health information security and privacy that requires software providers that collect and transmit protected healthcare data to adhere to HIPAA rules and implement safeguards to prevent unauthorized access or data breaches. By achieving HIPAA compliance, Digitate customers within the life science and healthcare sectors can confidently execute across key business processes while delivering privacy-first customer experiences that protect critical data and ensure continued legal compliance.
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The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the European Union’s (EU) regulatory requirement for organizations operating in or delivering services to the EU that collect, process, and store personal data. By achieving GDPR compliance, Digitate’s customers can rest assured that they are compliant with the strict privacy protection standards required within the EU.
In addition to achieving HIPAA and GDPR compliance, Digitate is also SOC 2 compliant, confirming that its data control objectives and activities meet the SOC 2 standards for security and confidentiality.
“Privacy compliance is a non-negotiable mandate for organizations. It’s also a foundational business strategy that customers appreciate and increasingly demand. Regulatory requirements for data privacy are only going to grow more complex over time so it makes sense to get proactive now,” said Valerie O’Connell, Research Director of Enterprise Management Associates (EMA). “A comprehensive compliance program that aligns with business roadmaps drives both customer trust and business growth. It’s smart business in today’s privacy-aware world.”
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