Blog October 2, 2013

HIPAA Compliant Hosting Plan Supercharged with Tripwire Enterprise at No Additional Cost to Customers

Connectria is known for offering one of the most comprehensive HIPAA Compliant Hosting solutions in the industry. We are excited to announce that we’ve added an additional suite of products to our solution at no additional costs to our customers.

In addition to the highly effective log monitoring and management solutions in our HIPAA compliance plan we are now adding new compliance monitoring using Tripwire Enterprise solutions. This new tool will enable Connectria to monitor our customers’ servers for changes in their environment and ensure they remain compliant with HIPAA controls. Each Tripwire policy correlates with a HIPAA control, simplifying our customers’ process when going through a HIPAA audit. For example, if the audit calls any device into question Connectria can run a scan specifically on that device to assist the customer in ensuring compliance. This additional feature will save significant time and resources for our customers making manual scans a thing of the past.

HIPAA Compliant Hosting plan

One of the other key benefits of this solution is that it supports many types of disciplines in addition to HIPAA. Its compliance controls can also be applied to PCI, SOX, NIST, ISO among others.

While this tool does add additional cost to our solution, as part of Connectria’s No Jerks Allowed Policy, we have decided to NOT pass this expense on to our customers. We are proud to say that we are increasing the level of compliance controls for our customers, but unlike other companies in the industry, we are not raising our prices to do so.

To learn more about Connectria’s HIPAA plan and Tripwire’s Enterprise solution visit our HIPAA Compliant Hosting page or contact us.

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