ATLANTA - OneTrust, the largest and most widely-used dedicated privacy, security and third-party risk technology platform trusted by more than 3,000 companies, today announced ClearDATA, the market leader for healthcare cloud computing and information security services for providers, life sciences, payers and healthcare technology organizations, is using OneTrust to help it comply with EU GDPR and global privacy regulations. ClearDATA selected OneTrust for Data Mapping Automation and PIA & DPIA Automation for ongoing global privacy and GDPR compliance efforts.
With a mission to empower the industry to focus on making healthcare better by improving healthcare delivery, ClearDATA chose OneTrust to ensure they are delivering state of the art technology to their customers, while managing it in a way that is compliant, efficient and optimized. It implemented OneTrust’s Assessment Automation, Data Mapping and the OneTrust Partner Portal.
“OneTrust allows us to have the agility to scale rapidly and optimize the way we use the technology. We were able to use the solution right out of the box to meet our needs,” said Jonathan Slaughter, Director of Compliance, Security and Privacy at ClearDATA. “As a global solution, OneTrust allows us to keep up with the various regulatory requirements and collaborate across our team.”
“ClearDATA approached their privacy program not only from the viewpoint of being compliant with the regulations, but they kept their company mission of patient care at the forefront of their operations,” said Kabir Barday, OneTrust CEO and Fellow of Information Privacy (FIP). “We are proud to work alongside innovators in the healthcare technology industry that are prioritizing patient care and the collaboration of lifesaving information.”
To learn more about how ClearDATA prioritizes patient care and privacy with OneTrust, read the case study.
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