Mobile Device Management

Through proper policies on BYOD, personnel responsibility and technical safeguards, the trend of BYOD is at a time to thrive.

However, if employees or physicians fail to follow the policies set, BYOD will be a costly thorn in their side, facing HIPAA violation consequences

In order to meet HIPAA compliance with BYOD, health care providers are asked to:

  • Protect their private data and ePHI on personal-liable (BYOD) mobile devices;
  • Encrypt all corporate email, data and documents in transit and at rest on all devices ;
  • Remotely configure and manage device policies;
  • Apply dynamic policy controls that restrict access to certain data or applications;
  • Enforce strict access controls and data rights on individual apps and services;
  • Continuously monitor device integrity to ensure PHI transmission;
  • Protect against malicious applications, malware and cyber threats;
  • Centrally manage policies and configurations across all devices;
  • Generate comprehensive compliance reporting across all mobile devices and infrastructure.