Security, Privacy & Encryption
Since Ocean works with sensitive user and patient data, we designed it from the ground up to have rock-solid security. We created this collection of articles to transparently explain the industry-leading measures we’ve taken to guard this information. Despite our many ambitions to improve the quality of our healthcare system, protecting the privacy of our patients will always be paramount.
- Ocean Security Overview
- Data Transport
- Data Storage
- Patient Data Encryption
- Anonymous Data
- Enforcing Two-Factor Authentication for All Users on your Ocean Site
- How should my HINP validate that a health service directory listing can safely receive secure electronic messages sent by other providers?
- Securing Your Tablets
- Tracking Two-Factor Authentication Compliance
- URLs, and IPs That Need to be Allowlisted for Ocean
- Guide for Reviewing Your Site's Audit Logs
- How long does it take for an inactive Ocean User session to be automatically logged out?
- Can you describe the network flow of data in Ocean?
- What personal health information (PHI) is stored in Ocean?
- How do Ocean customers avoid privacy and/or security risks when using Ocean?
- Where is Ocean data stored?
- How does Ocean keep PHI secure in email?