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Learn why so many treatment centers may start off with a different tool, but still eventually choose to upgrade to Kipu…the Gold Standard EMR for Addiction Treatment.
Our technological tools have been designed and developed from within the addiction treatment community — engineered to work seamlessly and gracefully together.
Have Questions? Check out our FAQs to see if we have your answer about our Healthcare Billing Software.
KIPU Integrated Billing is the latest in our suite of products designed to optimize and enhance both the clinical and financial aspects of your business!
We’re proud of our technology, and we’d love to show you how it can help your facility achieve excellence and profitability.
Lives depend on our work; FIT and The Right Technology will help us improve.
“For us, Kipu is the best EMR. It lets us get things done quickly, efficiently and without compliance worries.. And always-on support when we need it. Bottom line: better care.”
In order to provide you with the most secure system, Kipu itself employs the best professionals in security safeguards and hack detection, so you do not have to, Quarterly assessments are performed to assess the vulnerability of our system. Penetration tests designed to excessively probe more than 269 unauthorized access routes and 80 opportunistic in-depth manual routes assures us that our security testing is benchmarked against the latest requirements and threats. This along with security reviews of technical control groups and multi-factor authentication is the reason we are OWASP level 1 certified today.
Penetration Testing is defined as a type of Security Testing used to test the insecure areas of the system or application. The goal of this testing is to find all the security vulnerabilities that are present in the system being tested. Vulnerability is the risk that an attacker can disrupt or gain authorized access to the system or any data contained within it. It is also called “pen testing” or “pen test.” It’s a way of testing defenses against an adversary who mimics a cyber-criminal actor.
Vulnerabilities are usually introduced by accident during the software development and implementation phase. Common vulnerabilities include design errors, configuration errors, software bugs, etc. Penetration Analysis depends upon two mechanisms, namely Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing (VAPT).
Penetration is essential to your facility for several reasons, including:
The various types of Pen Testing
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