LogRhythm and FairWarning® Team to Deliver Cyber Threat Defense, Detection and Response to Healthcare Organizations

Integration of SIEM 2.0 and EHR privacy breach detection provides healthcare institutions with best-in-class security, situational awareness and incident response

BOULDER, Colo.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- LogRhythm, the leader in log management and SIEM 2.0, and FairWarning, Inc., the pioneer and world’s leading supplier of privacy breach detection solutions for Electronic Health Records (EHRs), today announced a partnership that provides comprehensive privacy auditing and monitoring capabilities to detect and defend against unlawful access to EHRs, ensure compliance with regulatory mandates such as Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) and ensure network security.

Under the partnership, LogRhythm healthcare customers will benefit from comprehensive security monitoring for more than 150+ healthcare applications supported by FairWarning®, allowing healthcare organizations to detect suspicious activity and policy violations, including privileged user access to patient healthcare information.

As a member of the FairWarning® Ready for Enterprise Security Program, LogRhythm has integrated its award-winning SIEM 2.0 platform with FairWarning®’s privacy breach detection solution. The combination enables common customers in the healthcare industry to monitor and secure the entire range of systems and applications across their organizations, and perform comprehensive forensic investigations of suspected breaches.

When the Department of Health and Human Services enacted HIPAA, it required that the storage and handling of personal information and health records by healthcare providers adhere to a strict set of guidelines to ensure privacy. In the wake of recent healthcare reform legislation, the push to lower healthcare costs through digitization of healthcare records and the increased electronic sharing of healthcare records only increases the potential for confidential information to be accessed inappropriately.

“By partnering with FairWarning®, we are enabling customers of LogRhythm’s next-generation SIEM platform to benefit from the reach and capabilities of the leading privacy breach solution for healthcare organizations,” said Matt Winter, vice president of corporate & business development at LogRhythm. “Our integration with FairWarning® enables our customers in the healthcare vertical to achieve an unsurpassed level of security intelligence and deep visibility across their infrastructures to ensure they are secure and in compliance with HIPAA mandates.”

With over 1,200 customers around the world, LogRhythm delivers comprehensive visibility and situational awareness to large and medium enterprises to thwart network attacks, breaches and insider threats through its powerful, fully-integrated and intuitive solution. FairWarning® protects patient privacy in over 800 hospitals and 2,500 clinics across the United States, Canada, England, Scotland, Wales and France.

“Our customers are asking for us to partner with third-party technology vendors delivering best-in-class security solutions,” said Shane Whitlatch, executive vice president, global alliances and sales operations at FairWarning®. “With LogRhythm successfully completing certification in the FairWarning® Ready for Enterprise Security Program, we are now able to provide our joint customers with unmatched cyber-threat detection and patient privacy protection to reduce the burden of complying with privacy regulations and improve their security posture and situational awareness.”

About LogRhythm

LogRhythm is the leader in cyber threat defense, detection and response. The company’s SIEM 2.0 security intelligence platform delivers the visibility, insight and remediation required to detect the previously undetectable and address the mutating cyber threat landscape. LogRhythm also provides unparalleled compliance automation and assurance as well as operational intelligence to Global 2000 organizations, government agencies and mid-sized businesses worldwide.

The company earned Computing Security’s Bench Tested Solution of the Year, SC Labs’ coveted “Recommended” 5-star designation, SC Magazine’s Innovator of the Year Award, Readers Trust Award for “Best SIEM” solution and “Best Buy” designation for Digital Forensics. LogRhythm is headquartered in Boulder, Colorado with operations in Canada, Europe and the Asia Pacific region.

About FairWarning, Inc.

FairWarning® is the inventor and global leader in appliance-based software solutions which monitor and protect patient privacy in electronic health records enabling healthcare providers and health information exchanges to confidentially connect physicians, clinics, patients and affiliates. FairWarning®’s turnkey privacy auditing solutions are compatible with healthcare applications from every major vendor including Allscripts, Cerner, Epic, GE, McKesson, MEDITECH, Siemens, and many others. Customers consider FairWarning® privacy auditing solutions essential for compliance with healthcare privacy regulations such as ARRA HITECH Privacy and Meaningful Use criteria, HIPAA, EU Data Protection, UK Freedom of Information Act, California SB 541 and AB 211, Texas HB 300, and Canadian provincial healthcare privacy law. For more information on FairWarning®, please visit www.FairWarning.com or email [email protected].

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