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Novell Announces Industry’s First Unified Compliance and Security Monitoring Solution for Healthcare

WALTHAM, Mass. Feb. 22, 2011 Novell compliance

To meet regulatory requirements, healthcare providers store a wealth of information including user activity on the network and access to private patient data and payment card data. The challenge is that most providers only tend to address certain regulations – like HIPAA and HITECH – which are deployed in silos, with redundant, overlapping controls for different regulations.  For example, HIPAA, PCI-DSS and FISMA each require many of the same controls around personal information.  Analyzing and reporting on these controls separately wastes time and money in the compliance process.  To be truly compliant and secure, healthcare providers need a comprehensive solution for addressing all regulations within the healthcare spectrum.

The Novell Sentinel Healthcare Solution Pack simplifies regulatory challenges by eliminating redundancies. Customers can take advantage of predefined controls in the form of reports, correlation rules and device support.  This is on top of the advanced search and reporting capabilities in Novell Sentinel which enable customers to produce exactly the reports needed for security or compliance audits. The combination of Novell’s expertise with integrated security monitoring and CynergisTek’s healthcare expertise gives customers a novel, comprehensive approach to security and regulatory compliance.

Brian Singer

Mac McMillan

www.novell.com/products/sentinel Orlando

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