Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996

With Tehama you can leverage a SOC 2 Type II end-user compute environment and achieve and maintain regulatory compliance requirements for heavily regulated industries such as banking, financial services, health care, energy and utilities, insurance and government enterprises. The Tehama solution has 107 SOC 2 Type II controls built into the platform, saving you time and resources on your internal SOC 2 Type II audits.



The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 is United States legislation that provides data privacy and security provisions for safeguarding medical information.

Tehama’s virtual perimeters ensure that medical records are secure when working with employees or other third-parties. The platform adheres to a zero-trust access model, applying MFA (Multi-Factor Authentication) and network access policies. There is a deep workflow and approval process for granting access to Tehama Rooms with MFA or SAML/SCIM integration to ensure only trusted and approved members have access to the Room. 

Tehama focuses on protecting the data and intellectual property from breaches and abuse. Tehama’s secure Rooms prevent data from escaping. Users and Room owners have full visibility into all data and intellectual property used in the Room.

Because data and IP never leave the Room, endpoint devices being lost or stolen don’t pose a threat to data breaches.