Absolute DDS Aims to Improvise Healthcare Industry's Security
FREMONT, CA: Absolute Software Corporation, a provider of endpoint security and data risk management solutions announces the release of Absolute DDS, a new offering specifically designed for healthcare industry. The latest solution includes added support to help customers analyze healthcare compliance and regulatory exposure in the event of a security incident.
Absolute DDS provides healthcare institutions a comprehensive on boarding program delivered by certified Absolute healthcare data security specialists; a designated expert from the experienced Absolute Investigations team to lead the response efforts in the event of a security incident. It also offers remediation workflows where the Absolute Investigations team walk through the steps of a security incident to ensure that the risk of a compromised device has been contained and forensic analysis reports are provided at the end of an investigation as well as an interim report, to comply with any federal, state or local timing requirements.
The solution is an expanded offering of the company’s core security solution, and is developed to fulfill the highest levels of endpoint security, forensic support, and regulatory response for healthcare companies. It authorizes access to Healthcare Endpoint Investigations delivered by certified Healthcare Information Security and Privacy Practitioners (HCISPP) and Certified Protection Professionals (CPP).
"The adoption of enterprise mobility has had a tremendous and positive impact on the healthcare industry, with valuable input from some of our largest customers; Absolute DDS for Healthcare was developed to deliver greater support through each phase of a security incident. By identifying and containing potential security risks, as well as navigating regulatory compliance responsibilities, our healthcare customers can advance the benefits of mobility, providing improved and immediate services to their patients and the community,” says Geoff Haydon, CEO, Absolute.
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