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SecureForm Dropbox Integration Now Available

Friday, February 2nd, 2018

LuxSci SecureForm now supports sending your web and PDF form data to your Dropbox account.  Simply choose “Dropbox” from the available integrations, enter your Dropbox App token (follow our simple help guide to generate that), and specify what data formats should be uploaded.

  • Send data as: text, HTML, CSV, XML, custom text/html template, PDF template, etc.
  • Files can be uploaded as dated ZIP archives or dated individual files.
  • End-user files uploaded to your forms are also sent to Dropbox

HIPAA Compliance?  As long as you have a HIPAA-compliant Dropbox account and configure your Dropbox appropriately, you can use SecureForm to send your form data to Dropbox in a HIPAA-compliant manner.

Try it out!

How iDTech Leverages SecureForm to Scale Their Organization

Saturday, January 20th, 2018

Interview with Kristi Murnin: Compliance and Risk Assessment Associate at iDTech.

January, 2018.

See iDTech online at https://www.idtech.com

Read a full transcript of this interview.

SecureForm Updates: New Look and New Integrations

Saturday, January 20th, 2018

In December, 2017, LuxSci released SecureForm FormBuilder 2.0 —  significant update that included user interface improvements together with new features like drag-and-drop, enhanced responsive form support, and more support for standard third-party JavaScript libraries.  Since then, we have been busily working on a number of significant improvements to SecureForm itself.  These are now available to all customers and include:

  1. Improved and simplified SecureForm user interface
  2. All of the places that you can send or save your form data have been recoded into “Integrations”
  3. We have added two new Integrations: Webhook and Slack
  4. It is now easy for LuxSci to extend SecureForm with new third-party integrations

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SecureForm FormBuilder v2.0 Released

Saturday, December 2nd, 2017

FormBuilder v2.0 has just been released.  FormBuilder allows users of all skill levels to create and host secure web-based forms that are tightly integrated with the SecureForm form data processing, storage, and delivery service.

FormBuilder v2.0 includes a number of highly requested enhancements.  These include:

  1. Drag-and-drop form building
  2. Responsive design, including:
    1. Responsively sized form fields and tables
    2. Bootstrap-based responsive grids
  3. Simplified user interface
  4. Easy inclusion of Bootstrap and jQuery UI libraries

FormBuilder 2.0’s changes are also forward looking.  It is designed so that it will be easy to add more “drag-and-drop” interface elements and common JavaScript libraries in the future.  And we have lots of great ideas in mind here!

FormBuilder Overview Video

If you would like a tour of using FormBuilder, we have prepared a video.

Creating Secure Web Pages and Forms: What You Need to Know

Monday, September 25th, 2017

Fred is a busy small business CEO.  He hired a cheap developer online to setup his secure medical web site for him.  The developer got an SSL certificate and setup pages where patients can make appointments and the doctor can receive patient requests and notices, “securely”.  However, the developer didn’t have any real training in security, none in HIPAA, and as a result, PHI was being sent in the clear, there were no audit trails or logs, SSL security was not enforced, and may other serious issues plagued the site.  The worst part — No one knew.

Luckily, Fred was made aware of the situation before a serious security breach happened (that he knew of); however, he had to re-do the site from scratch, more than doubling his time and money costs.

Creating secure web pages and forms

Creating a web site that has “secure” components requires more than slapping together some web pages and adding an SSL Certificate.  All such a certificate really does is create a thin veneer of security — one that does not go very far to protect whatever sensitive data necessitated security in the first place.  In fact, naive attempts at security can ultimately make the data less secure and more likely to be compromised by creating an appetizing target for the unscrupulous.

So, beyond paying big bucks to hire a developer with significant security expertise, what do you do? Start with this article — its purpose is to shed light on many of the most significant factors in secure web site programming/design and what you can do to address them.  At a minimum, reading this article will help you to intelligently discuss your web site security with the developers that you ultimately hire.

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