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Keep your genome yours

Transactional solution for granting access to sensitive data


A unique protection
for your most unique information

Genom.care protects your genetic data providing both the legal and technological framework for secure and compliant data re-use in clinical contexts.

Watch our video to understand why Genom.care is the most secure way to store and re-use your genetic and healthcare data.

How it works

Protect your data

Your data is always encrypted on rest while Genom.care is activated. This ensures nobody, even your provider, is able to access it without your consent

Grant informed consent
You will be notified and informed before your data can be accessed. At that moment, we will ask your electronic signature using your password and a SMS.
Minimize risks
After you grant acces to a 3rd party, Genom.care guarantees your anonimization, agregation or data minimization depending on its use.

Our unique features

User-centric AES-256 encryption

Genom.care uses AES-256 military grade encryption with unique keys for each user. This guarantees that you are the only person able to unlock your data. Neither us, hackers nor law enforcers can break this encryption, ensuring total privacy of the data on rest.

QR Recovery Keys

In most encryption services, if you forget the encryption key, your data is loss forever. However, in Genom.care we offer you a second chance to recover sensitive data.Our patented method, enables the recovery of information with just capturing a QR code from your phone.

Traditional and Blockchain certification

Transactions in Genom.care are validated by external, trusted 3rd parties. We use both RFC 3161-based Public Key Infrastructure Time-Stamp Protocol and the distributed ledger of blockchain.

Two-factor authentication

For enhanced security, your Genom.care transactions need to be identified by two different elements: something that only you know (your password) and something that only you have (your phone).

Genom.care is part of Genomcore © Genomcore S.L. 2015-2021

The EU flagThis project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 790554