Secure File Transport, powered by BotDoc, is an application that automates the business workflow by securely transmitting documents with sensitive data without any need for passwords, pins, apps, software, etc., from any Salesforce object. Cloud Maven, Inc., a certified Salesforce ISV Partner and the 2021 Salesforce Partner Innovation Award recipient, has developed this solution. Insurance companies are in charge of a lot of sensitive data. Personal information, medical records, and payment information are all examples of data that insurance companies must safeguard. If this information falls into the hands of the wrong people, it could be used for identity theft, fraud, or other crimes. A secure file transfer solution can assist insurance companies in protecting this data and keeping it out of the hands of unauthorized individuals. Health insurance companies should consider a few key features when looking for a secure file transfer solution.

This secure file transfer solution enables health insurance providers to send and receive sensitive files while maintaining =full encryption and a secure environment inside Salesforce. Data security is ensured using TLS and AES 256-bit encryption from start to finish. The process is GDPR, FERPA, HIPAA, SOC2, PCI DSS, and Privacy Shield compliant to protect the medium from external cyberattacks. It does not need login information such as passwords or pins to transfer files. As a result, manual errors are. The secure file transfer app ensures that business data quality is maintained and that cyber-security resilience is increased. An intuitive dashboard allows insurance providers to keep track of the total number of documents sent and received. This file transfer software is available on Salesforce AppExchange for a free 30-day trial. If you have any queries, send an email to info@cloudmaveninc.com, and to know more, follow Cloud Maven, Inc. on LinkedIn, Twitter, and YouTube.

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