Sherlock is participating in a multi-million dollar project with City of Hope, a National Cancer Institute (NCI) designated Comprehensive Cancer Center in Duarte, CA, to create a research cyberinfrastructure that includes a secure, cloud-based data management platform.
Sherlock Cloud is partnering with SDSC and JCVI to develop a secure platform that supports the mission of the Human Vaccines Project (HVP) initiative - to accelerate the development of vaccines and immunotherapies against major global infectious diseases and cancers by decoding the human immune system.
Sherlock Cloud, in partnership with University of California Office of the President (UCOP) Risk Services, has deployed a secure, HIPAA-compliant Hadoop based Data Management System (DMS). This platform will provide a mechanism to collect, process, and transform UC Healthcare data from multiple sources and various formats into a single integrated data set to better manage UC’s liability program. This effort builds on Sherlock's successful partnership with UCOP Risk Services in supporting many of their business and technology needs, including hosting their Enterprise Risk Management Information System (ERMIS) platform.
As part of a pilot initiative, Sherlock Cloud partnered with Ursahealth to develop a secure analytics platform for UC Health Claims data. This platform provides a mechanism to securely collect, process, and transform UC Healthcare insurance data from multiple sources and various formats into a single integrated data warehouse repository. Analytics and reporting capability would be developed on top of the integrated data repository. Other stakeholders of this initiative include the UC Medical Centers and the UC Office of the President, which oversees the UC Health program.
Sherlock Cloud has partnered with the University of Rhode Island (URI) to provide an environment to protect a variety of data for researchers and PIs across the URI campus. Initially, Sherlock Cloud will work with URI to protect CUI data by using Sherlock’s Cloud CUI-compliant environment. As the partnership grows, Sherlock anticipates broadening the protected data portfolio to include other forms of sensitive data from URI.
Sherlock Cloud has partnered with researchers at UC San Diego’s Scripps Institution of Oceanography (SIO) to help meet the CUI requirement on their grants. The institute is the nation’s premier center for ocean, earth, and climate science research, and as a result multiple federal agencies seek its expertise. Most of its funding comes as contracts and grants for basic research from federal agencies (e.g., the National Science Foundation, the Department of the Navy, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, NASA, and the Department of Energy). With these contracts and grants comes the requirement that CUI must be protected.
Sherlock Cloud is partnering with Nihon Kohden(NK) US Lab Inc. to develop a secure cloud and analytics platform. Specifically, Sherlock is collaborating with Nihon Kohden to develop a HIPAA-compliant cloud based data integration and analysis engine, sourcing data from NK medical devices into a relational, transactional database, maintaining full capture history with a SQL reporting capability for adhoc and aggregation level analysis. NK Cloud will be deployed in Sherlock’s secure cloud in AWS.
Sherlock Cloud has partnered with Clemson University to deliver disaster recovery and business continuity services to support mission critical data. Sherlock draws upon its vast experience developing, deploying, and operating systems and infrastructure in the disaster recovery and business continuity domain to support Clemson’s needs. This collaboration also leverages Internet2’s Advanced Layer 2 service (100GB network fabric) that connects UC San Diego to Clemson.