Health data is subject to the most stringent obligations
In the eyes of the general public, this is the type of data that is most sensitive. End-users are pressing digital service providers to give them robust and long-term guarantees.
They must be hosted on a certified Health Data Host (article L1111-8 of the Public Health Code).
Being personal data, Article 32 of the RGPD requires security measures such as end-to-end encryption.
They can only be disclosed to authorized persons (Article 226-13 of the Penal Code).
The solution to prevent data breach
The most cutting-edge and exposed companies like Alan and Doctolib are adopting a radical approach presented as the new standard against data breach in France and Europe: the zero-trust model based on end-to-end encryption, the highest level of data protection.
By doing so early, these companies proactively reduce the, growing, impact of future attacks rather than passively endure them. This way, these players comply with regulatory and societal imperatives and are ahead of their competitors in the race for users' trust.
Did you know?
70% of the amount of RGPD fines are due to technical or organizational shortcomings to protect information, CMS Enforcement Tracker.
3 hours to integrate the zero-trust model and effectively protect healthcare data.
Seald supports technical departments in addressing this shift to zero-trust by providing unique capabilities in the market:
An SDK certified by ANSSI
The only end-to-end encryption SDK for developers, whose security level is certified by ANSSI.
No need to be an expert in cryptography
A turnkey API approach to simply integrate and quickly deploy end-to-end encryption in your applications as part of a zero-trust strategy.