Pitney Bowes has launched a new technology company SecLingua Inc., that will develop security solutions for healthcare applications, Pitney Bowes reports.
Matthew Smith, former Connecticut Innovations Inc. managing director of investment will be SecLingua‘s president and CEO.
Smith’s healthcare experience include being the co-founder of CompreMedx Cancer Centers Corporation, co-owner of Kramex Corporation, and co-owner of privately-held New World Healthcare Solutions, Inc.
SecLingua Inc., will use Pitney Bowe’s secure evidencing platform to secure healthcare settings where data privacy, integrity, and secure payments are required.
The platform is designed to protect against physical, electronic, and software-based attacks and can be used on applications in instrumentation and equipment, pharmaceuticals, electronic medical records, healthcare provider services, and related government services and systems.
Pitney Bowes new business opportunities director Brian Romansky, said SecLingua is the company’s investment in the healthcare information security technology field.