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Ensuring PHI compliance for healthcare

Manage compliance with laws, regulations and standards, and protect your organization from data loss and theft.

Current industry challenges

Preventing the loss or theft of protected health information (PHI) and personal identifiable information (PII) is a challenging task.

Healthcare is one of the most targeted industries, with employees being the main source of healthcare data breaches – understandably so as doctors’ and nurses’ jobs aren’t cyber security or technology.

PHI needs to be protected throughout the entire healthcare ecosystem. As healthcare professionals access and share PHI, adherence to policy and process must be followed to prevent data breaches.

While accidental or negligent data loss is most common, intentional data thefts do occur within healthcare. In pharmaceuticals, data theft is common due to high-risk leavers taking confidential data with them when changing jobs to work for a competing company. Security operators struggle with protection against data loss, visibility into unauthorized access and email exfiltration.

HIPAA and GDPR exist in part to protect patients’ PHI. With compliance comes strict regulations and periodic audits, while balancing security controls and protection of patient records.

In addition, as compliance audits have a retrospective approach to looking at previous incidents, many organizations want to shift to a proactive approach to ensure compliance ahead of the audit.

As IT security policies must be continuously updated based on new regulations and directives, hospitals must train staff very frequently.

Healthcare staff are increasingly spending more time in classrooms rather than with patients. This is leading to a huge cost for hospitals, which they are looking to reduce by finding more effective training methods.

Why Reveal

Choose Reveal to ensure compliance with laws, regulations and standards, and protect your organization from data loss and data theft in one single platform.

With a combination of data loss, user activity monitoring, and privacy capabilities you can detect and mitigate threats while maintaining the confidentiality of healthcare professionals and patients.

Prevent accidental security breaches

Prevent accidental security breaches

With incident-based training, you can train your employees to make the right decisions on the detection of unacceptable behavior, reinforce corporate security policies, and promote good cyber hygiene. Achieve a lasting impactful effect with adaptive IT security policy enforcement.
Out-of-the-box and configurable policies

Out-of-the-box and configurable policies

Built-in policies for data tracking, cyber hygiene, and malicious activity that can detect and defend against various risks. Policies run against computers and users, providing insight into how users access files, applications, and systems, which determine specific areas of risk.
Advanced content inspection

Advanced content inspection

Track file movement on and across systems and browsers with advanced content inspection to protect against data loss. Patterns include credit or debit card numbers, identity card numbers, insurance numbers, social security numbers, and national health service numbers.
Automated enforcement

Automated enforcement

Constant enforcement without exception–whether they are remote or working offline. Enforcing employee adherence to corporate policies such as Acceptable Use Policy (AUP), Information Security Policy (ISP) and more.

Simple reports of security violations

Simple reports of security violations

Reports highlight instances of careless, malicious, and accidental behavior over time, allowing you to assess the effectiveness of your security controls and identify areas for improvement. Reports can also be easily exported to share with leadership.

Privacy-friendly insider risk solution

Privacy-friendly insider risk solution

With Next DLP’s industry-leading solution of pre-built data minimization techniques, such as pseudonymization and anonymization (partial and full redaction), you can now detect and mitigate threats while maintaining the confidentiality of users.

Key Benefits


Full visibility while maintaining privacy

  • Detect and mitigate threats while maintaining the confidentiality of users with anonymization
  • Attribute data and events to individual users
  • Identify how data is accessed and used

Strengthen the security posture

  • Change employees’ behavior via incident-based training 
  • Prevent malicious activities from happening by alerting on suspicious behavior
  • Block activities such as uploading confidential files to personal drives

Identify and mitigate more risks

  • Improve cyber hygiene and keep data and endpoints secure, regardless of location.
  • Combine the power of machine learning and rule-based policies
  • Detect risks and enforce behavior with actions, regardless of an employee being offline or remote

Simple and secure

  • Easy to deploy the lightweight Reveal Agent
  • Simple to use with an intuitive user experience
  • Robust security controls and anti-tamper measures across the solution and the Reveal Agent

See how Next DLP protects your employees and prevents data loss