Meet compliance mandates by protecting sensitive information

    Businesses are mandated by the agencies governing their industry to be compliant with the guidelines regulating handling and processing of sensitive and personal data. To ensure regulatory compliance, RemotePC incorporates robust measures for protecting the integrity, confidentiality, and availability of electronic information.

    While full compliance with specific regulatory requirements cannot be guaranteed by simply implementing RemotePC solutions, our remote access and remote support offerings assist businesses to fulfill data security related technical safeguards, and thus meet compliance regulations. We address the data security and privacy concerns by employing the following measures:

    • Security and safety is our topmost priority and all electronic data including account passwords and other sensitive information is encrypted on transmission.
    • Multi-fold layers of authentication are provided via password and other available options like two-step verification or trusted devices. A unique user-defined key for each computer adds another level of authentication at device level.
    • Remote sessions are secured end-to-end with industry standard AES 256-bit/TLS v1.2 encryption.
    • Detailed logs trails are maintained for each remote session and device connection.
    • Regular cloud monitoring helps keep a tab on suspicious activities and attacks like DoS.
    • Privacy during remote sessions is ensured with means to display a blank screen at the remote end. Unwanted access can be prevented by blocking keyboard and mouse interactions from the remote computer, or locking the remote computer during or after the remote session.

    RemotePC complies with industry and government standards and regulations

    HIPAA Compliance

    The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), provides strict guidelines on administrative, physical and technical safeguards for patient data and records. The security and privacy measures implemented by RemotePC assist businesses in the healthcare domain to meet HIPAA compliance. Also RemotePC does not store any patient data or medical records. Users are solely responsible for any files accessed or transferred during remote sessions. Learn more about our commitment to data privacy and security.

    GDPR Compliance

    RemotePC is committed to ensuring that our company and solutions meet the highest standards of data security and privacy, including compliance with the European Union's GDPR.

    PCI Compliance

    Organizations that handle cardholder information must comply to the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard. RemotePC does not store any credit card or financial data. We use third party vendors to store and manage cardholder data and conduct online transactions.

    SOC1 Type1 / SSAE-16

    Statement on Standards for Attestation Engagements (SSAE) 16 is an auditing standard for service organizations. RemotePC has completed the necessary audits and can provide supporting documentation to demonstrate that it meets the standards defined by SSAE 16.

    Security Overview

    RemotePC offers end-to-end secure remote access, right from account to device level. Additional security is guaranteed via options like:

    • Encryption - RemotePC uses industry standard TLS v 1. 2 and AES 256-bit encryption to ensure security over computer networks.
    • Personal Key - User-defined key for each computer, provides an additional layer of security at device-level.
    • Two-step Verification - Each login besides being verified by the account password, is also authenticated via a unique one-time code sent to the user's registered email address.
    • Trusted Devices - Users logging in from a new device need to authorize it as a trusted device before they can access their account.
    • Blank Host Screen - Prevent others from viewing your remote computer screen during an ongoing session, with the 'Blank Host Screen' feature.