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HIPAA stands for "Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act".
DLP enables an organization to reduce the risk of unintentional disclosure of sensitive data by identifying, monitoring and protecting confidential data while in use, in motion and at rest.
The University of Illinois has signed a Business Associate Agreement (BAA) with Box.com. The BAA allows the UofI the ability to provide Box Health Data Folders for the secure sharing and storage of health information. Only employees, volunteers, trainees, and other persons under the direct control of the University are eligible to apply for a BHDF.
Your data deserves protection. The UIC license for Symantec Encryption Desktop provides easy to use and secure encryption to protect sensitive data on your laptop or desktop computers. Laptops are easily lost, and even desktop computers can be stolen. Symantec Encryption Desktop also includes a secure shredder, to really delete files you want to delete. A major motivation for using Symantec Encryption Desktop is to fulfill HIPAA requirements.
There are additional costs associated with storing HIPAA data in azure; primarily due to additional logging.
Individuals in a covered component of the University of Illinois Covered Entity may access the HIPAA compliant "UIC PHI" Zoom portal, capable of creating secure meetings for discussing PHI and providing telehealth services.
Zoom at UIC can be used for PHI, but only in a dedicated PHI Zoom portal.
Yes, Zoom can be used with Protected Health Information (PHI/HIPAA), but only via the PHI zoom site available at uic-phi.zoom.us.
ePHI (electronic personal health information) and other types of high-risk data requires the need for the Secure Computing Environment (SCE).