Get to Know Green House Data: Josh Larsen

Written by Kristina Sink on Tuesday, April 19th 2016 — Categories: Get to Know Green House Data

Curious who's updating your vCenter, racking your servers, or answering your support tickets? Our biweekly Get to Know Green House Data series introduces you to some of our fine staff. This week, meet Josh Larsen, Sr. Solutions Architect.

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Get to Know Green House Data: Joe Sylvia

Written by Kristina Sink on Tuesday, April 5th 2016 — Categories: Get to Know Green House Data

We return to our ongoing blog series in which we introduce you to the staff that makes your IT infrastructure tick. This week, meet Joe Sylvia, Data Center Operations Technician here at Green House Data.

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Get to Know Green House Data: Tim Cook

Written by Kristina Sink on Tuesday, March 1st 2016 — Categories: Get to Know Green House Data

Today marks the second post our new blog series, Get to Know Green House Data. Every other week or so, we're introducing  you to a Green House Data staff member via quick interview. Learn more about the  technicians, support crews, engineers, data center operations, or even sales and marketing crew members that power your IT infrastructure at Green House Data. This week, meet Tim Cook, Senior Systems Administrator.

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Get to Know Green House Data: Leif Dvorak

Written by Kristina Sink on Tuesday, February 16th 2016 — Categories: Get to Know Green House Data

Welcome to our new blog series, Get to Know Green House Data! Every couple of weeks, we'll bring you a quick interview with one of the technician, support crew, engineer, data center operations, or even sales and marketing crew members that power your IT infrastructure at Green House Data.

This week, meet Leif Dvorak, our Security & Compliance Administrator.

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The 3 Classes of MARS-E for ACA Compliance

Written by Kristina Sink on Wednesday, August 19th 2015 — Categories: HIPAA Compliance

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 (ACA) requires each state to have a health insurance Exchange, a marketplace where consumers can easily shop around for health insurance and find the best option for them by comparing price, benefits, services, and quality. In order to obtain Health Insurance Exchange (HIX) compliance, Section 1561 requires that certain security standards and protocols be met by these Exchanges in order to make every effort to protect and ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of the system and its users.

These Minimum Acceptable Risk Standards for Exchanges (MARS-E) are separated into three different classes: technical, operational, and management. These classes consist of nineteen various control families, handling everything from Personally Identifiable Information (PII) to Protected Health Information (PHI), and Federal Tax Information (FTI).

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