Regulatory compliance and company responsibilities
No organization in the world - not even the largest multinational - is immune to cyber-attacks. In today’s regulatory environment, organizations are responsible for putting defenses in place that protect customer data like email addresses, online payments and minimize damage in the event of a cybersecurity breach. In protecting that customer data, you also need to safeguard privacy.
HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) laws are by far the most powerful regulations out there because of concerns about privacy and how health care data is handled and stored.
How Netify helps you avoid regulatory compliance concerns
So where does Netify fit into the whole regulatory compliance puzzle? Privacy and regulatory concerns are one of the biggest hurdles for organizations inspecting SSL traffic passing through their networks. Problem is, hackers can use SSL encryption to disguise malware and exploit loop-holes in security.
Netify’s deep packet inspection, and machine learning tools allow you to inspect SSL network traffic metadata without compromising privacy. And because you’re only dealing with metadata, Netify’s cloud-based data storage also lets you save months worth of flow data for retroactive analysis without the overhead or security concerns of storing actual customer data.