Data Control in Healthcare
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Data Control in Healthcare

Data Control in Healthcare

The ability to collect, organize, and use massive amounts of data is the key to modern business success. In the field of healthcare, organizing data and making use of it to improve patient care is not a small undertaking. The volume of data produced by healthcare facilities is huge however, most of it is not used because of inefficiency and lack of tools for managing it efficiently.

Data control is the process of protecting and governing information throughout its entire lifecycle. This includes procedures to ensure the accuracy and reliability of data and also security for sensitive information. Effective data control can lead to audit trails, tracking the use of data and accountability to help identify vulnerabilities.

Data Control provides a centralized overview of the file systems on your network. It discovers files containing Personal Identifiable Information (PII) and displays them on the form of a dashboard, with their indexed storage locations on the computers in your network. Indexed data can be accessed and classified live, ranging from data at-rest (files located in the file system) to data that is in use and data exfiltration.

Data Control offers a variety access control models that are based on the type of data you wish to manage. For example, an attribute-based access control (ABAC) model allows access based on attributes and environmental conditions, such as time and location. This model allows for greater flexibility than the role-based access (RBAC) model that grants privileges to users and objects.

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