With Adar, it's a Clean Bill of Health on HIPAA
Because health care services have their own tough data privacy requirements, Adar is proud to say we’re fully HIPAA compliant—top to bottom. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services mandates a ton of administrative, physical, and technical safeguards, and we meet them without breaking a sweat. So your employees can rest easy about using and accessing workstations and electronic media in their day-to-day work.
– Our obsessive compliance checklist includes:
Adar and our hand-picked partners vigilantly protect vital client information. No ifs, ands, or buts.
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Data Centers with Fort Knox-style Protection
Adar relies on hardened SOC 2 Type II audited facilities, which, like shrewd survivalists, we’ve unobtrusively sprinkled in several distinct geographic regions and tricked them out with fiendishly redundant hardware—from servers and storage devices to routers and firewalls—to maximize data protection. That means if one server flakes out, your applications automatically hand off to another … and “downtime” becomes an antiquated tech notion—like “dial-up modem” or “256k floppy.” And maybe we should mention we don’t let just anyone saunter into one of our facilities. Multiple physical security measures help us keep out the riff raff.
Oh, and another thing: Because we don’t trust Mother Nature, the electric company, or the friendly neighborhood ISP, each data center bristles with multiple backup power generators, fire suppression and cooling systems, and failover internet carriers. Result: plenty of monotonously predictable bandwidth and (pardon us for repeating ourselves) redundant systems.
We don’t relax unless your data is: