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All-in to protect healthcare. Across the entire ecosystem.
In pursuit of our vision to modernize and protect healthcare, ClearDATA works exclusively with healthcare organizations. Hundreds of companies, from small technology start-ups to large insurers and providers, rely on us to keep their healthcare data private and secure in a continuously compliant cloud environment.
Our teams know healthcare’s challenges, structures, regulatory policies and security standards inside and out. We also see its rapid innovation and tremendous appetite for growth. Our proprietary CyberHealth™ platform and services are laser focused on creating intelligent, complete, secure solutions tailored to the unique needs across the industry landscape.
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C-suite. Addressing your needs.
By operationalizing some of the most arduous aspects of embracing digital health, ClearDATA enables its healthcare customers to achieve their most ambitious cloud objectives and deliver fast, agile and reliable solutions without compromising on security or privacy.
We address the concerns of everyone involved—from data privacy and cyberattack risks to quick app deployment and business strategy.
Our teams know developers’ timelines, processes and nuances. They speak the language and work to translate business goals and healthcare policies into technical processes and code—without getting in their way.
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10 Tips to Shrink Attack Surface by Prioritizing Digital Hygiene
ClearDATA’s founder and Chief Privacy & Security Officer Chris Bowen gives his take on digital threats associated with the pandemic and the risks and mitigation efforts.
5 ways IT vendors put customers’ PHI at risk
Warning to technology vendors that service the healthcare industry: nearly half of serious data breaches occur in the healthcare sector and the majority are caused by a third party. There are five common ways technology vendors set themselves up – and their healthcare customers – for a data breach that could be catastrophic to patients’ privacy and the vendor’s reputation.