Now you can easily and quickly create automated secure data exchanges processes with our LOCKBOX Secure Business Flow service. And you can use it on any platform and with any programming language.
Say you need to exchange really sensitive data with a customer. When you use our service, it creates highly secure “drop off containers” for you. Your partners or customers can access these containers programmatically via our easy REST API. Or even manually using a Web browser. When those customers need to send sensitive data with you, they simply “drop off” that data into those containers. Any data placed in your container is automatically protected with the security settings you choose.
You can then access that data (manually or programmatically) and pull it directly into your own internal processes at any time. And if you need to send data back to that customer, you can do that too with the same container.
It’s that simple. No more coordinating manual exchanges. No more waiting by your computer for data to download and copy. And no more wasting your valuable time with processes that must be repeated over and over.
Our service is exposed as a REST API. This means you can use it with any operating system (Windows, Mac OSX, Linux, iOS and more). And develop against it in any programming language. You get lots of working code samples that you can use. And if you get stuck, you can get friendly 1-to-1 developer support from our expert development team.
Our REST API is flexible enough to adapt to virtual any data exchange scenario. It can be used to send data to your customers. Receive data from them. Or even exchange data in both directions. And the type of data being sent doesn’t matter either (clinical health data, payroll, billing and more).
And since this service is built on our exclusive LOCKBOX D3P protection platform, any data that you send with this service is automatically protected. You and your customers will get deep peace of mind knowing that their data is protected in compliance with many federal regulations and standards, such as HIPAA, HITECH, PCI, NERC CIP and more.