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PacketMotion Delivers Cost-Effective Compliance Reporting, Enforcement and Data Protection for Healthcare Organizations

SUNNYVALE, Calif. Feb. 16, 2011 PacketMotion PacketSentry

In 2010 PacketMotion achieved record revenue in the healthcare vertical market, with 2010 revenue quadrupling company healthcare revenue in 2009.  With PacketMotion’s PacketSentry, PHI is secured and healthcare organizations improve their compliance efforts around important regulations in the healthcare industry, including HIPAA, the HITECH Act, PCI DSS, SOX, and state disclosure laws.  With advanced HIPAA reporting capabilities that cut audit report preparation from a week to a matter of hours, PacketSentry delivers a comprehensive solution for healthcare compliance that spans all major databases and platforms, including legacy applications that lack proper audit controls.

Orlando, Fla.

"PacketMotion gives us the compliance controls, network visibility and database monitoring we were looking for, and it replaced a tool that was more expensive and had less functionality," said Seth, a security administrator for a large regional hospital located in the northeast.  "It lets us know what people are doing on the network and we can dig deep into user activity to protect ourselves.  It also keeps a very detailed history of all this activity, and its reporting makes it easy to present this data for security and audit reviews."

The American Hospital Association (AHA) has also exclusively endorsed PacketSentry following an extensive evaluation selection process of providers.  AHA Solutions, Inc., a subsidiary of AHA, awards the AHA endorsement to products and services that help hospitals and health care organizations achieve operational excellence.

PacketSentry supports a broad range of the health IT controls on a single platform that is easy to use and drives down operational costs.  It provides healthcare IT personnel with granular visibility into what users are doing and accessing on the network, including a wide range of healthcare applications and data stores.  PacketSentry monitors and records user access and enforces policies for databases, including repositories where PHI is stored that must be secured.  It identifies and audits PHI resources to protect sensitive patient information, and locks down access.  PacketSentry also limits communication to and from third-party devices which are not owned or controlled by the hospital’s IT staff.

Paul Smith


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