ClearDATA, the pioneer in healthcare public cloud protection, enforcement, and privacy, today announced the addition of Amazon Web Services (AWS) Fargate to their flagship ClearDATA ComplyTM Software as a Service (SaaS) compliance management solution. ClearDATA unifies both infrastructures as a service (IaaS) and application as a service (PaaS) container options in a compatible fashion with the addition of this service to Comply.
The ClearDATA approach seeks to lower the barrier to entry for containers and serverless technologies in healthcare by speeding up application growth, allowing for resource sharing, and allowing for versioned runtime environments.
AWS Fargate is converted into a HIPAA-compliant service by applying Comply automatic protections on top of a container infrastructure that can include PHI or PII. This functionality, which is one of ClearDATA Comply’s over 70 services, helps mitigate the risk of container misconfigurations through providing real-time, automatic compliance reporting, enforcement, and remediation to support healthcare application management.
“Now, more than ever, healthcare must innovate more quickly through increased technological acceptance. AWS Fargate makes it simple to concentrate on application growth. According to Suhas Kelkar, Chief Product Officer at ClearDATA, “the new expansion of ClearDATA Comply to help AWS Fargate empowers healthcare organizations to take advantage of container architectures while also maintaining confidential patient data.”
“ClearDATA is committed to developing and transforming encryption and regulatory technologies to help healthcare organizations gain access to the public cloud.”
ClearDATA Comply is a multi-domain system designed to fulfill, track, and maintain privacy and security requirements in the cloud over the lifecycle of an application. It is available on all major public clouds, including Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform. Comply evaluates and configures over 230 controls through widely used cloud platforms that handle, transfer, or store confidential patient data (PHI/PII) automatically as of today.