Unitrends Compliance Manager
Taking the time and stress out of HIPAA and GDPR Compliance
Unitrends Compliance Manager guides you through the entire process from helping you collect verbal information from stakeholders to scanning data across your network. Then it automatically collates the results to produce all of the reporting you need to pass a compliance audit.
Combine your knowledge with Unitrends Compliance Manager and you have everything you need to meet HIPAA and GDPR standards
Unitrends Compliance Manager initially scans the network and then asks questions to quickly determine if compliance requirements are being met. Recommendations are prioritized and documented on how to address identified issues. Unitrends Compliance Manager then produces all mandatory reports required to pass an audit.
Avoid those large non-compliance fines with automated, customized reports
There are many products on the market that provide you with a laundry list of tasks you must perform, and information to gather, process, analyze, and validate to be compliant. But Unitrends Compliance Manager takes the process to the next level by automating the collection of much of the data, analyzing it for you, and providing you with dynamic worksheets that are customized based on the results of the collected data.
Unitrends Compliance Manager keeps protecting even after the audit
Unitrends Compliance Manager continues to conduct regular and automated network scans to detect any new issues that may arise. It also automates the production of mandatory reporting under HIPPA / GDPR guidelines to uncover network issues and potential breaches.
Because much of the data is collected automatically, Unitrends Compliance Manager is hands-down, the fastest and easiest way to ensure you stay compliant.
Unitrends has been able to provide us with peace of mind that we will be able to restore data in case of emergency and enabled us to lower our RTO and RPO significantly. The appliances and services are stable and reliable. Our Unitrends appliance literally paid for itself after being able to restore the 2 million+ files affected by ransomware earlier this year.
Director of IT