Insurance providers and their agents are subject to a wide range of security regulations that vary depending on the type of insurance they provide. Because insurance companies are considered to be part of the financial services industry, they are subject to the same regulations as their banking counterparts, such as Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA), which requires them to secure the private information of clients. If they provide health insurance offerings, they are also subject to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).

Reduce Risk

AeroFS lets you avoid the risks associated with data moving to and from public clouds or third-party service providers.

End-to-End Data Encryption with Trust

Data in transit is automatically encrypted end-to-end with proven AES-256 with 2048-bit RSA encryption. You also can use AeroFS as the root certificate authority (CA).

Simplified, Secure External Sharing

AeroFS lets users quickly and easily share files with external partners, customers, and vendors, from Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, and iOS devices. AeroFS creates links to information, making it easy to share information without having to transfer actual files.

Auditing and Policy Compliance

Get comprehensive audit trails for almost every action. AeroFS on your own infrastructure also enables you to maintain internal policy compliance, as well as compliance with even the strictest privacy and data protection regulations.

Simple, Effective Data Leakage Protection

Know exactly where your data resides and who has access to it by assigning, auditing, and revoking links to files.

Centralize Security and Administration

An intuitive administrative dashboard allows you to manage users, permissions, and devices from any browser.

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