Streamlining Regulatory and Policy Compliance

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Today’s dynamic regulatory landscape requires companies to implement the right data protection strategy, to not simply comply with corporate, industry, and global regulations, but to ensure that sensitive customer, employee and corporate data is secured at all times. Voltage solutions for regulatory compliance deliver a single data protection framework to help companies comply with multiple regulations, including PCI DSS, HIPAA, HITECH, ARRA, ISO and state data privacy standards. Voltage ensures that the data protection elements to meet regulatory compliance are addressed, while allowing organizations to securely use and move data to meet their business objectives.

Voltage delivers compliance solutions to address:

PCI DSS
Compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is a strategic component of an overall data protection program. A data-centric approach can not only efficiently help achieve compliance, but can save time and money, and reduce the risk of sophisticated attacks against cardholder data.

Voltage solutions are used by a broad array of enterprises merchants and processors to pass PCI audits, reduce PCI audit scope and minimize the risk of data breaches. Whether the need is to implement end-to-end protection for a complex payment system, or encrypt emails and files, Voltage Security offers the innovative approaches of Identity-Based Encryption™, Format-Preserving Encryption™ and Secure Stateless Tokenization™, to achieve a strong protection profile without massive disruption to processes, systems or users.

HIPAA / HITECH / ARRA
Organizations handling healthcare data are facing increasing requirements to protect sensitive patient and health records. Increased enforcement of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), which requires safeguards to assure the confidentiality, integrity and availability of electronic protected health information, and the HITECH Act, which addresses privacy and security concerns for the electronic transmission of health information, require companies to effective data protection controls in place that secure structured and unstructured data as it moves throughout an organization.

Voltage enables healthcare organizations to implement strong data protection to achieve and maintain compliance, without sacrificing operational efficiency. Voltage’s strong end-to-end data encryption, tokenization and easy to use email and file encryption for healthcare data in storage, transit and in use are actively used by healthcare organizations to comply with HIPAA and prevent against data breaches. Available on-premise and through Voltage Cloud, Voltage Security solutions easily adapt to every healthcare organization’s needs.

U.S. State privacy regulations
Navigating individual U.S. state data protection requirements can be complex. While most states have enacted data breach disclosure laws, individual state data protection requirements, such as the Massachusetts Data Protection Act, require strong encryption for sensitive customer information.

Voltage solutions significantly reduce the risk of a successful data breach and help achieve compliance with state data protection laws. Voltage end-to-end encryption solutions protect data in storage, transit and in use. Our solutions for email encryption, file encryption, key management, database encryption and end-to-end Format-Preserving Encryption and tokenization are easy to deploy, easy to manage, easy to use – providing organizations with a single system to address the multitude of US state data protection requirements.

Voltage solutions for regulatory compliance allow customers to:

  • Reduce time to compliance
  • Reduce the overall operational cost of achieving and maintaining compliance
  • Secure data and achieve compliance, by protecting data in storage and in transit

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