• The CyberHealth Platform’s core is cloud security posture management or CSPM, which is crucial for automating and ensuring ongoing cloud security and healthcare compliance.
  • The company asserts its capacity to prevent, detect, and rectify compliance and data security issues, ensuring a secure, compliant cloud environment.

ClearDATA Inc., a company specializing in healthcare data security and compliance, has revealed its plans to introduce a software-as-a-service version of its healthcare-native cloud security posture management CyberHealth Platform. Additionally, the company is expanding its service and support offerings to cater to a broader customer base.

To guarantee security, compliance, and privacy in the healthcare industry, ClearDATA created the CyberHealth Platform. The platform has hardened images that align with the Center for Internet Security benchmarks and extensive documentation of technical reference architectures for the healthcare industry.

Assuring a strong security infrastructure to protect sensitive healthcare data, architectures are mapped to various regulatory frameworks, including the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation, the Health Information Trust Alliance, and the U.S. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act.

Cloud security posture management, or CSPM, is at the heart of the CyberHealth Platform, according to ClearDATA, and is essential for automating and enforcing continuous cloud security and healthcare compliance. Healthcare organizations can use the platform to scale their operations safely in the public cloud.

With support for Amazon Web Services Inc., Microsoft Azure, and the Google Cloud Platform, the platform offers protection and scalable management of sensitive healthcare data, applications, and devices. According to the company, it is able to stop, identify, and fix compliance drift and sensitive data security holes, ensuring a safe and legal cloud environment.

Chief Executive, Rick Froehlich said, “When data is in the cloud, hospitals can provide better services, pharmaceutical companies can manufacture better medicines, and physicians can provide better care… good data can save lives and is one of the most valuable and most vulnerable assets in healthcare. ClearDATA’s solutions ensure data is readily accessible and completely secure, so healthcare organizations can confidently and successfully modernize their healthcare delivery — without sacrificing the security of their patients.”

According to Tracxn, ClearDATA is a venture capital-backed business that has raised USD 102 million, including a round of USD 25 million in 2015. Heritage Group LLC, HLM Venture Partners LLC, Flare Capital Partners LLC, Norwest Venture Partners LP, Merck Global Health Innovation Fund LLC, and Excel Venture Management LLC are among the investors in the business.