September 15th, 2022
LuxSci, a provider of HIPAA-compliant email services, is pleased to announce a new partnership with Compliancy Group, a leading software solution for healthcare compliance. By partnering with LuxSci, Compliancy Group can offer best-in-class email security solutions to close technology gaps identified by their proprietary compliance platform....
November 4th, 2021
Learn how LuxSci significantly improved performance of its HIPPA-compliant applications by relying on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) and High Availability MySQL. In this webinar, the Oracle MySQL team interviews Erik Kangas, the founder of LuxSci.
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September 16th, 2021
PR Newswire. LuxSci, a Boston-based Secure Messaging provider, is prepared to help agencies meet the Zero Trust and email security requirements outlined in the Office of Management and Budget's new draft on Federal Zero Trust Guidance.
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July 29th, 2021
CyberNews. "No company wants to make headlines for a breach or cyberattack," Erik Kangas, the CEO of LuxSci, an internet service company specializing in HIPAA-compliant email solutions, said in an interview with CyberNews.....
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June 10th, 2021
Together, Oracle and LuxSci are providing their customers with the most secure environment for health care data. Combining Oracle's best-in-class second-generation cloud infrastructure with LuxSci's best-in-class security solutions for healthcare communications creates an exceptionally secure environment for any compliance need.
April 30th, 2021
HostingAdvice. LuxSci delivers a rich email and web hosting service that focuses on security and takes compliance seriously. It is flexible enough to meet the everyday privacy needs of stakeholders without getting in the way of routine business operations. LuxSci goes beyond infrastructure provisioning to offer Compliance-as-a-Service for email and web communication that meets HIPAA and HITECH Act requirements. The company is also planning for the industry's future, including a turn toward managed secure-communications platforms that integrate with existing enterprise applications.
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April 23rd, 2021
Oracle. LuxSci is now using Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to provide the underlying dedicated compute infrastructures for customers using all of the company's core services. LuxSci's secure communications solutions include sending high volumes of HIPAA-compliant email, securing business-critical email, and managing web hosting and compliance for web applications. OCI's security-first approach parallels LuxSci's owwn dedication to privacy and data security, making OCI an ideal partner for LuxSci.
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March 4th, 2021
Redpoint. The big news for ESP support in this release comes with the addition of LuxSci, a HIPPA-compliant provider—a mandatory consideration for healthcare organizations wanting to go beyond simple marketing messages to interact with patients for care management, prescription compliance, and other highly personalized communications.
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February 25th, 2021
Oracle. Security-first email and web services built on a security-first cloud: OCI. Oracle welcomes LuxSci onto its cloud platform and is fully invested in applying the synergies between the two companies to augment Oracle's existing services and to provide more compliance solutions in the Oracle cloud to its existing and future customers.
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October 22nd, 2020
PR Newswire. The LuxSci team is proud to join an elite group of organizations worldwide that have earned this certification, which reinforces the protection of patient privacy with healthcare customers.
September 3rd, 2020
Total HIPAA. Erik Kangas featured in a Podcast with Jason Karn of Total HIPAA. They touched on some key topics including: What exactly is Quasi HIPAA-compliance? What are some common gaps in Business Associate Agreements (BAA)? What are some best practices when choosing a BAA? Best practices for setting remote work policies.
July 7th, 2020
Total HIPAA. Total HIPAA's CCO, Jason Karn, speaks to LuxSci founder and CEO Erik Kangas about securely working remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic. They discuss helpful tips for keeping devices and networks secure, BYOD policies, ePHI protection, and more.
April 23th, 2020
Yahoo News. The evolving COVID-19 pandemic continues to place extreme strain on healthcare services and diagnostic labs needing to communicate critical information, such as test results, quickly and efficiently. These organizations are nevertheless still constrained by HIPAA regulations. LuxSci is extending its offer for free HIPAA-compliant emailing services through October 1st, 2020 to help them cope with these demands and to speed time-sensitive communications.
March 14th, 2020
Bleeping Computer. In response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, many organizations are asking their employees to work remotely. This, though, brings new challenges to the workplace as users adapt to video meetings, screen sharing, and the use of remote collaboration tools.
March 14th, 2020
NewsWire. In response to the U.S. declaration of a public health emergency, LuxSci, a leading secure communications firm, is offering companies the ability to send HIPAA-compliant health / safety related email securely, free of charge, for the next 2 months.
June 22nd, 2019
Total HIPAA. Andrew Kroninger, Total HIPAA's Director of Customer Success, recently interviewed Erik Kangas, founder and CEO of LuxSci. LuxSci provides email encryption, web hosting, forms, and secure sending services for HIPAA compliant entities. The two discussed cybersecurity for small and medium-sized businesses. Erik provides helpful tips for small and medium-sized business owners who wish to keep their companies safe. They discuss the greatest cybersecurity challenges small and medium-sized businesses face and the hidden cost of cyber attacks.
May 31st, 2017
LuxSci, the HIPAA-compliant Internet and Email Security experts, have just released their 3-part eBook series on HIPAA-compliant communications, aimed at healthcare organizations in need of additional information to help them better understand the methods and technologies available for safeguarding their practice and protecting patient privacy.
March 14th, 2017
Security Magazine. Recent developments in the cybersecurity sphere read like a dystopian novel. The devices we use for convenience and entertainment in our homes are being taken over for malicious purposes by forces unknown.
August 2nd, 2016
CloudTweaks. In early June 2013, Edward Snowden made headlines around the world when he leaked information about the National Security Agency (NSA) collecting the phone records of tens of millions of Americans.
May 31st, 2016
HealthCare Business & Technology. Texting may be convenient, but when it comes to transferring healthcare information, it can be full of costly risks. In this article, Erik Kangas, founder of an Internet services company dedicated to secure web and email hosting, gives reasons why you shouldn't text ePHI and what you can do to mitigate the risks.
April 19th, 2016
Fresh Address. It happens you're sending email messages without issue, and then suddenly they're not being delivered, or they're being tagged as spam. A little digging reveals that the problem is that your "IP reputation" is now poor, and you need to fix it somehow.
March 15th, 2016
PRWeb. LuxSci announces the recent launch of SecureText, a unique solution to concerns about HIPAA-compliant text messaging, and an important step to safeguard and secure electronic patient health information (ePHI).
May 31st, 2013
LuxSci announces the recent launch of Secure Email Marketing, a unique solution to combined need for email marketing, patient engagement, and patient communication while remaining fully HIPAA compliant.
April 30th, 2012
GCN. One of the basic security checks when conducting an online transaction to make sure the front of the URL reads "HTTPS" which indicates that the site uses Secure Sockets Layer encryption. But up to 90 percent of those sites, including at least several at U.S. government agencies, are vulnerable to attack, according to a new survey.
November 7th, 2008
"LuxSci has completely re-written its calendar application to provide our users with a fast, modern, feature-rich experience," explained LuxSci president Erik Kangas, Ph.D. "The WebAide Calendars interface now has the same usability and speed as our Ajax-based WebMail and Address Books that were applauded by our customers when released earlier this year.
February 29th, 2008
Thomas.net Premium secure e-mail and Web hosting company Lux Scientiae, Incorporated has just launched its new LuxSci Platform. As a result, the company's clients can now run LuxSci's popular e-mail hosting software - complete with end-to-end security systems - on their own servers from anywhere in the world.
June 17th, 2007
New standard in e-mail collaboration boosts efficiency. WebMail v8 combines the convenience of the Web with the benefits of a versatile collaboration capability, allowing small and medium businesses to compete more efficiently in today's demanding business environment.Read press release
September 13th, 2005
SecureLine allows its users to easily and securely communicate with anyone who has an email address, no matter what kind of email software or service that correspondent has, or how insecure that correspondent's current email services are.
August 30th, 2003
Lux Scientiae, Incorporated announced that it has acquired the email outsourcing services formerly provided by EmuMail. This acquisition provides Lux Scientiae with EMUmail's entire outsourcing client base as well as certain advertising arrangements.
March 20th, 2003
Help Net Security. It may not be surprising for you to learn that email is not a secure medium of communication; however, it may surprise you to learn just how inherently insecure it really is – how messages you thought deleted could be sitting on servers half way around the world years after being sent, how people can read and modify your messages in transit, and how the very username and password that you use to login to your email servers can be stolen and used by hackers!
January 15th, 2003
Help Net Security. Erik Kangas has a Ph.D. in theoretical physics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and is currently President of Lux Scientiae, Incorporated, an Internet services and consulting company based in Boston, Massachusetts. In the interview, Mr. Kangas talks about his company, email security services and the state of secure messaging.