To securely transfer Covid19 results from 180 laboratories in Germany, the Robert Koch Institute is now also using the Cryptshare Robot.
Thanks to the unique technology in the field of automation, the collected and processed data from the laboratories can now be transmitted digitally, automated, securely via Cryptshare to the RKI and be evaluated.
The manual acceptance of files by individual employees is no longer necessary, because as soon as new data are available, they are automatically and immediately imported into the RKI's systems and processed further.
Robert Koch Institute
Our employees can now exchange the sensitive patient data and large files much faster and more cheaply. Thus, we also meet the strict requirements of data protection. Our hospital IT infrastructure is well prepared for the future thanks to Cryptshare.
Head of IT
The administration effort for the Cryptshare solution is low, updates can be installed without problems and support also works smoothly.
System Administrator Hannover Medical School
Centre for Information Management (ZIMt)
For us, the biggest advantage of Cryptshare is that we now can encrypt all messages and files. Thanks to its ease of use, our employees also save a lot of time.
Division Manager IT/Services
2 out of 3
doctors have sent patients‘ data via SMS*
of doctors have sent photos and x-rays by mobile phone*
of doctors long for a secure channel to transfer their patients‘ data*
of doctors believed they still had patient related information on their smartphone*
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Since 2011, data had been sent securely with the web application and the API & Automation. For the decision in favour of Cryptshare in email crucial points were its simple operation integration to the company’s own data centre, its high level of security and ease of use in day to day use.
With Cryptshare, medical facilities can:
- Exchange patients‘ data easily and securely (e.g.: base data, laboratory results, doctor's reports, radiographs, 3D scans, CT scans).
- Quickly receive a colleague's second opinion on a diagnosis based on CT scans and radiographs.
- Transfer laboratory results ad hoc with a full audit trail.
- Send patients copies of their images and x-rays without having to burn them onto a CD and send them via post, and without patients needing special software to view them.
- Securely receive patients‘ personal data.
- Exchange settlement forms and payment documents with health insurance companies and consulting specialists.
Cryptshare works as an add-in in the e-mail clients MS Outlook and IBM Notes, or as an application on its web interface. No matter how you use the software, the communication is always encrypted and secure.
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Data protection in healthcare – regulations and solutions
Staff in hospitals, doctors' offices and in other medical institutions deal with sensitive information about their patients’ every day. Information related to health is regarded as particularly sensitive and in need of protection.
As of 25th May 2018, the European General Data Protection Regulation controls the processing of EU citizens' personal data and particularly protects the „Processing of special categories of personal data“ (article 9) to which belongs, amongst others, “data related to health” (article 4).
In case of data breaches/violations, severe penalties will be imposed.
Medical facilities must take all necessary measures to prevent the accessing of personal data by unauthorised third parties. This applies to paper files in the archive as well as to electronic files on the PC. In times of digitisation, this is an increasing challenge (regarding data protection) for doctors, nurses, therapists, and all healthcare professionals.
So how do hospitals, medical practices, and other medical facilities ensure that, in times of chip cards and digital patient records, sensitive data is only made available to those authorised? And how can it be made safe, quick, and easy? The answer is: Cryptshare.
You need to exchange large files quickly and securely?
Radiographs, CT scans, laboratory results, patient records and so on are exchanged daily within your building and with other healthcare facilities. Do you want to treat the sensitive information of your patients confidentially? Of course. And you are faced with the challenge of handling the predominantly large files safely at different locations and on different devices.
Today, information is usually exchanged by e-mail. However, when you send large amounts of data, you quickly reach size limits. Secure solutions such as S/MIME or PGP are too complicated and impractical to handle, and impose size limits, too. They are also cost-intensive.
A much faster and more cost-effective way to share large data volumes is via FTP servers and cloud solutions such as Dropbox. However, neither meets the legal requirements or regulatory framework nor the need for protection of personal data. However, these transfer options, amongst others, are used in hospitals, medical practices, and therapy centres because no practical option is available. This is called shadow IT.
Medical facilities must provide their staff with the right tools so that they can deal with the data entrusted to them in a truly responsible manner. With Cryptshare, you can exchange data of any size, completely ad hoc and highly securely.
Advantages of file transfer with Cryptshare
- Encryption of e-mail
- No size limit for transfer of files
- Documentation of all activity for compliance
- No user accounts needed
- No exchange of certificates needed
- No software installation needed
- All stored files encrypted
- Encrypted transfer of files
- LDAP Integration
- Unique encryption credentials with each transfer
- Customisable user interface design
- Self-explanatory and intuitively to use
- Integration in MS Outlook
- Integration in HCL Notes
- Low operating effort
IT Compliance made easy with Cryptshare
Organisations and enterprises of all kinds around the world can exchange files according to stringent compliance standards with Cryptshare thanks to:
- E-mail encryption made simple
- Encrypted file transfers of any size
- A detailed audit trail of all transfers at all stages
- Control over exchanged data with data classified by the sender
- Malware Scans for all transfers prior to encryption
How does Cryptshare work? The answer in 2 minutes!
This short animation will show you how to send confidential messages and large files with Cryptshare.
You will learn where the Cryptshare server is located, what happens when a user initiates a transfer, how it is delivered to the recipient(s) and how the sender will be notified when his files have been downloaded.