Cambridge Cognition's CANTAB Technology Gets Armor Protection

By CIOReview | Thursday, March 17, 2016

RICHARDSON, TX: Cambridge Cognition, a global science and technology company, has sought assistance from Armor, Cyber security solution provider to manage the security of their Cambridge Neuropsychological Test Automated Battery (CANTAB) technology. The CANTAB technology is used in many research institutions, clinical drug trials and healthcare systems worldwide to assess cognitive health.

“We applaud the work of Cambridge Cognition, and we looking forward to working side-by-side with them to assure CANTAB software remains secure so they can focus on the new wave of cognitive health innovation” asserts Kurt Hagerman, CISO, Armor

The cognitive assessment software provided by Cambridge Cognition focuses on excelling in pharmaceutical clinical trials and simplifying the jargons of diagnosis and treatment of cognitive disorders. Healthcare data is some of the most critical and multifaceted information to secure, especially given the complexity associated with HIPAA compliance mandates. The sensitive and critical data produced in CANTAB products, imposed Cambridge Cognition to choose Armor for its military-grade secure cloud environment recognized for providing organizations with a proven HIPAA compliant platform.

CANTAB technology is a suite of validated and sensitive touch screen neuropsychological tests of cognition, specifically designed to assess central nervous system disorders and cognitive function across a range of domains. Armor is responsible for managing all aspects of the cloud-based security environment, ensures CANTAB products exceeds HIPAA compliance requirements and guarantees safety.

“Working with Armor to secure our cloud environments grants us the peace of mind that our data security is of the highest standards and the freedom to remain focused on what’s important to us as a company and that’s helping to move the needle forward for cognitive health research” Quotes Ricky Dolphin, Director of Technical Operations, Cambridge Cognition.