The complexity of compliance on the cloud is holding back the adoption of cloud native technology in highly regulated industries. By removing compliance as a concern, we do our part to help propel technology transformation in industries that lag behind. But digital health faces a multi-faceted problem, which is why we published the Digital Health Success Framework. Helping to address these challenges is why we extend our expertise into other infrastructure-related problems, like interoperability with Electronic Medical Records.
The hardest part about compliance on the cloud is between the physical infrastructure (which is the responsibility of AWS, Azure, or GCP) and your application. In another words, the operating system layer of cloud native architectures. We solve that by helping you address your attestation responsibilities with a suite of products built to fit your specific use case on the cloud.
By mapping the very best compliance management frameworks, like the HITRUST CSF, to the requirements of other global regimes, we give customers a compliance story across geographies. We started with HIPAA in 2013, tackling the requirements of the most conservative and highest regulated industry on the cloud, and have expanded since then.
When regulated organizations have a handle on their cloud compliance program, they can innovate at the speed necessary to keep pace with the competition. It's a disruptive world out there, and the cloud gives companies an edge. Controlling compliance on the cloud is a step towards avoiding disruption.