Traditional Rights Management Systems needs all application that will integrate with it to be updated. In this system, if an RMS based application is outputs secure data, then another RMS based software will be needed to read and operate on that secure data.
If the applications that are being used are from third parties, then an organization needs to wait until all the apps from that third party is updated in order to use the intended data securely.
If there are many applications from many different third parties being used, then an organization needs to wait until all of the applications from all the third parties are updated before they can use them securely on the intended data. Further, there can be interoperability issues that prevent the different third party applications from working together. Lastly, if the applications are internal intranet application, then additional resources will need to be allocated to update all of the internal applications. If these internal applications produce data that will be consumed by third applications, then further testing between the internal and external applications needs to be done to ensure compatibility.
Using LockMagic’s Secure Workspace, these issues do not occur since the applications are not modified. The Secure Workspace intercepts all operating system calls and encrypts data before it is written to disk.
|Massachusetts encryption law|
|Privacy Section of the ARRA|
|HIPAA Administrative Simplification Statute and Rules|
|HIPAA Administrative Simplification|
|HITECH Act Enforcement Interim Final Rule|
|Secretary delegates HIPAA Security Rule to OCR|
|Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Privacy Regulations|
|HITECH Changes HIPAA Privacy and Security Rules for Group Health Plans|
|Compliance and HIPAA|
|Privacy and Security Developments Affecting the Health Care Industry|
|HIPAA – New Rules Issued on HI-TECH Act Enforcement|
|Economic Stimulus Legislation Expands Scope and Enforcement of HIPAA|
|Behavioral Advertising Complaint Filed with the FTC|
|VA investigating security breach of veterans' medical data|
|Hospital loses confidential medical records for 2000 patients|
|Names, addresses and Social Security numbers of 24 may have been exposed by malware|
|Stolen computer exposes 7174 students names, addresses and Social Security numbers|
|Theft of a computer from a math department office puts grades, Ssn's at risk|
|4,700 Patients Personal Information May Have Been Accessed By Unauthorized Parties After Two Viruses Infected Clinic’s Computers|
|POS terminal infected with virus exposes 50 customers credit card numbers|
|Names, addresses and Social Security numbers of 11000 rebate applicatants are stolen|
|Documents of 554 patients names and Social Security numbers stolen from car|
|1,225 Credit Card Numbers Belonging To Customers Compromised Via Hack|