Simplify PCI data security compliance and more
For the insurance industry, a secure and robust managed file transfer solution is essential, but only practical if it is also easy to use.
The number of compliance regulations for insurance carriers governing data security, especially during file transfers, are onerous.
The Gramm-Leach Bliley Act (GLBA), Sarbanes-Oxley 404 and 409 (SOX), and the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act all require insurance providers to have clearly outlined internal procedures that define how the integrity and security of private data will be maintained, including when those files are in transit.
In addition, health insurance companies must address additional issues:
OIG and State Anti-Fraud, Waste and Abuse Inspections:
Insurers for Medicare and Medicaid providers must have internally established guidelines and effective tools to maintain integrity and security of files in motion.
HIPAA and HITECH:
These daunting mandates aim to prevent data breach and its consequences while securing sensitive data as it is shared among insurance companies and healthcare providers.
GoAnywhere automates, simplifies, secures
GoAnywhere helps you ensure compliance by supporting all secure protocols including FTPS, SFTP, SCP, HTTPS, as well as popular encryption methods such as Open PGP and ZIP with AES encryption. In addition, the solution manages and automates file transfer processes originating from virtually any platform including Windows, Linux, IBM i, AIX, UNIX and Solaris.
Our managed file transfer solution makes it easy to manage projects like these:
|Securely streamline file transfer workflow and administration|
|Automate and manage file transfers through a centralized solution|
|Close inbound ports into your internal network and keep sensitive files out of the DMZ|
|Control inter- and intra-company access to data, especially during transfer|
|Maintain integrity and security of files-in-motion during transfer|
|Transfer data in bulk for system migrations and ETL|
|Exchange ACH and payment reconciliation data with banks|
|Save money by centralizing processes that now run on different platforms and systems|