Protect Sensitive Healthcare Data
The ClearDATA Platform, designed to work with multiple public clouds, protects sensitive healthcare data by leveraging purpose-built compliance safeguards, devops automation, and healthcare expertise. The ClearDATA platform was designed from the ground up to solve for your healthcare compliance and data security needs, regardless of which public cloud you choose.
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How We Do It
Our platform aligns your technology environments with modern cloud services, easily enabling the capabilities you need to support rapidly changing workloads, like HIPAA compliant web apps or SaaS with variable demand, analytic or back office workloads. Best of all, you are assured of a security and compliance level that only ClearDATA can deliver. Built exclusively for healthcare and life sciences applications, our responsive platform is backed by the most comprehensive BAA in the industry in order to mitigate your risk and protect your organization.
Automatically Detect Changes in Your Environment
Our platform automatically detects changes made to your cloud account and responds to those changes. The response can be anything from alerting our managed services team to attaching security tools to a newly-created instance. And, when using our platform, we include the associated software licenses and related services as part of each solution.
In 2014, ClearDATA successfully achieved Common Security Framework (CSF) Certified status from the Health Information Trust Alliance (HITRUST). This independent, third-party certification assures you that ClearDATA’s cloud computing, backup, disaster-recovery and professional services meet the highest standards for managing security risks and protecting health information.
In 2018, ClearDATA became the first healthcare-exclusive cloud provider to achieve HITRUST 9.1 certification on all three of the major cloud platforms: AWS, Azure, and GCP.
CSF certification underscores ClearDATA’s continuing commitment to meet and exceed the global healthcare industry’s stringent data privacy and security regulations, including HIPAA, GxP, and GDPR, providing the highest levels of protection against data breaches and malicious cybercrime.