Telehealth software providers

Medical data are among the most sensitive (social security number, test results, reports, prescriptions, etc.).

Telehealth solutions (telemedicine, HIS, LIS, medical messaging, etc. ) must therefore:

  • meet the strict regulatory requirements on medical data;
  • ensure absolute confidentiality of the sensitive data they are entrusted with, in particular to respect medical secrecy.

Seald allows you to integrate into your applications a data security that meets these challenges with state-of-the-art encryption.

  • ANSSI security visa
  • Medical secrecy ensured with E2E encryption
  • Seamless experience for the end-user
  • Quick integration with no cryptography skills required

Seald for health data


Seald encrypts data only for authorized persons, without any intermediary being able to decrypt it. It ensures confidentiality even in the worst case scenario: in case of a data leak.


End-to-end encryption is the strongest encryption measure available and meets all regulatory requirements by design.


Seald is the only CSPN certified solution in Europe that enables the integration of end-to-end encryption into an application.


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The only end-to-end encryption SDK certified in France

This certification attests that the Seald SDK is a robust product with regards to the cryptographic issues at stake and that it has been implemented correctly.

Do you manage
health data?

With Seald, quickly integrate end-to-end encryption into your application to ensure your users' medical data stays secret.

import SealdSDK from '@seald-io/sdk'

// Initialize the SDK
const seald = SealdSDK({ apiURL, appId })
// Create your Seald identity
await seald.initiateIdentity({ signupJWT })
// Encrypt a message for another user
const encryptedMessage = await seald.encryptMessage(
  'Super secret message',
   { userIds: ['BOB_002'] }

// And *voilà*!
const message = await seald.decryptMessage(encryptedMessage)