Health data (medical prescriptions, test results, notes explaining symptoms and sometimes very intimate information about the patient) are transmitted via a variety of digital tools. This exchange and sharing through these different digital channels exposes patient data to multiple risks, the severity of which is very high. Data of a confidential nature may be altered, their integrity inadvertently or intentionally impacted, may be stolen to be traded on illicit websites, may be completely erased from a medium that hosts them. These threats would be harmful to the patient if they were to occur. In some cases these feared events can cause the death of the patient.
Repositories and standards [HDH Regulation (Health Data Hosting)], good practices related to access to health data, applied and respected by organizations handling this sensitive information will significantly reduce these risks.
Our solution OLIGO.RM
Our solution OLIGO.RM, a method for analyzing and managing risks related to the protection of health information and data, allows this data to be classified according to their criticality and sensitivity, and to identify threats that may have an impact. their confidentiality, integrity and / or availability. It is also a question of evaluating the level of threat that may come from actors handling this data, of simulating risk scenarios related to these threats in order to better counter them. To put in place a global security policy (access management, encryption, backup, etc.). And finally to guarantee state-of-the-art compliance, meeting 100% current standards.