Automated Safeguards Keep You Compliant

ClearDATA helps you innovate at scale while also alleviating the risk of non-compliance. By building and deploying safeguards and guardrails within your infrastructure that meet various regulatory framework requirements, we can help you ensure that compliance is not sacrificed as you develop new applications or workloads.

Based upon our interpretation of specific government regulations, we define and deploy the necessary guardrails within your cloud environment.  We then automate those guardrails, called Automated Safeguards, which gives you native access to the cloud while ensuring you stay compliant. Automated Safeguards keep you and your team in an ideal state of compliance, proven by the sign of a green check that is directly mapped to the corresponding regulation in our Compliance Dashboard.

Automated Safeguards Available Today

We have Automated Safeguards available for a variety of services across the three public clouds, AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud, providing automation for over 120 technical controls. With Automated Safeguards, you can keep your team focused on innovation for your organization, rather than understanding if you enabled encryption in transit, for example, on your storage service. See the latest list of Automated Safeguards available today here. Learn More

ClearDATA Comply Self-Service

We understand that some organizations wish to manage their own cloud environment. Comply SaaS provides Automated Safeguards and a dashboard as software to help you adhere to HIPAA regulations. If you already have a BAA with AWS, and satisfying indemnification and liability protection, you may only need a 3rd party to evaluate, remediate and document your compliance posture. With Comply SaaS, your team can access ClearDATA Automated Safeguards in a SaaS fashion.

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Compliance Frameworks

ClearDATA is committed to security and compliance across healthcare. Because of this commitment, we support a number of compliance frameworks, most notably HIPAA, GDPR, and GxP.

HIPAA: Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act 

HIPAA is a federal law passed in 1996 (updated 2009 with HITECH Act) that protects the privacy and security of health data and is enforced by the Office for Civil Rights (OCR) of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS).

GxP: Good "x" Practice

GxP is a collection of quality guidelines and regulations created to ensure that bio/pharmaceutical products are safe, meet their intended use, and adhere to quality processes during manufacturing, control, storage, and distribution. 

GDPR: General Data Protection Regulation

GDPR is an EU regulation that is intended to protect data by limiting the processing of sensitive data, such as data relating to race, religion, health and sex life, political affiliation and union membership.