KOMpliance FAQs

How does KOMpliance meet my data compliance requirements?

You need WORM storage and data encryption to meet the requirements set forth by the SEC, Sarbanes-Oxley, HIPAA and so on. Normal file storage won’t cut it. KOMpliance lets you preserve important documents, emails, financial data, images and other critical assets according to internal rules and stringent external regulations.

KOMpliance’s e-WORM technology combines the Write-Once-Read-Many protection and security benefits of optical storage with the access speeds, economic storage costs and large capacities of hard disk RAID arrays. It provides authorized access to records online to support business processes, eDiscovery, or comply with regulatory audits.

KOMpliance Data Retention gives you the widest latitude of control available from Never Expiry permanence to Fixed Explicit, that can be set down to the second, as well as an Indefinite Retention setting that retains data without setting an explicit file retention expiry. KOMpliance enforces retention periods for each file, document, image, etc. – completely locking down archived data to ensure it cannot be deleted, renamed, overwritten, moved or altered in any way until retention period is reached.

Advanced security features allow intricate control on every aspect of file operations including the prevention of executable files and system files from being stored or even invoked for execution. No-bypass protection prohibits even an administrator from changing file permissions. KOMpliance secures and protects data from internal and external threats both malicious and accidental, ensuring data integrity.

  • Data-At-Rest security using AES-256 encryption to prevent date tampering and enforce privacy
  • Data authentication is achieved using SHA-256 digital signature
  • Secure Data Shredding upon retention expiration ensures data privacy and limits liability

What Our Clients Say

  • KOMpliance provides us with functionality that wasn’t available before. We no longer have to worry about meeting different regulatory requirements for different types of studies or patients.

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