This article outlines the different ways you can use GFI FaxMaker Online to send and receive faxes securely for compliance purposes such as HIPAA requirements or other regulatory requirements.
- GFI FaxMaker Online Client – uses HTTPS to connect to the GFI FaxMaker Online service. HTTPS is an encrypted protocol, allowing you to send and receive faxes securely to and from the service. Refer to Client and Printer Driver - GFI FaxMaker Online for more information and to download the client and printer driver.
- Inbound and Outbound web services: GFI FaxMaker Online comes with a complete set of web services APIs that use HTTPS to connect to the service for sending and receiving faxes. This allows you to programmatically integrate faxing with your third-party applications for secure fax automation.
- GFI FaxMaker Online Mobile App allows you to securely send faxes from your mobile device using HTTPS to connect to the fax service.
- Email Security - GFI FaxMaker Online also supports TLS for companies that must use email to send and receive faxes via email but require strict security measures to ensure data remains secure. See Email Security Protocols Used With FaxMaker Online for more information on the security protocols used when faxing via email.
- BitLocker Drive Encryption - To complement the above and for added endpoint security, you have an extra option for enabling BitLocker Drive Encryption which is a data protection feature that integrates with the operating system and addresses the threats of data theft or exposure from lost, stolen, or inappropriately decommissioned computers. See Enabling BitLocker Encryption for more information.