Compliance in AWS
Sherlock Cloud partnered with AWS to duplicate its managed services in the AWS Cloud to leverage scale and automation public Clouds offer. Sherlock Cloud understands that public Cloud offerings such as AWS and Azure do not offer compliant services; customers are expected to buy compliant compute and storage services and build the necessary management services on top to meet compliance. Sherlock Cloud’s approach is to address this gap by building the necessary services on top of the public Cloud resources, thereby offering customers end-to-end compliance.
Leveraging our FISMA experience, we offer a HIPAA-compliant cloud platform. This environment was built according to NIST 800-53 requirements to comprehensively address the administrative, physical, and technical safeguards required by HIPAA. Sherlock Cloud’s HIPAA environment has successfully passed external and internal audits, thereby ensuring the security and privacy of Protected Health Information (PHI) and electronic Protected Health Information (ePHI).
Big Data Platforms
Our data expertise ranges from deploying relational data warehouse architectures to building Hadoop-based big data platforms.
Navigating the sea of compliance can be challenging and confusing, and failure to properly secure your organization’s intellectual assets could leave you vulnerable to attacks and unwanted penalties for failure to comply. Our experts are available to help guide you through the unchartered waters of compliance, enterprise IT and cybersecurity, and minimize the challenges.
A more recent addition to the Sherlock Cloud portfolio is our CUI-compliant environment (NIST 800-171). The federal government requires nonfederal entities to protect non-classified information that they receive from a federal entity; CUI must be protected when processed, stored, transmitted and used in nonfederal information systems. As the CUI requirements provided in NIST 800-171 are based on the NIST 800-53 Moderate baseline (and FIPS 200), the Sherlock Team was able to seamlessly create an environment that provides the necessary safeguards.
Sherlock Data Lab helps transform digital data into meaningful information using a hybrid approach to data management that includes both a top-down and bottom-up design. The framework provides data integration capabilities, allowing data to be captured, rationalized, homogenized, and managed using best practices and standards. This includes dynamic mappings, transformations, and master data management techniques utilizing established governance methodologies, with specific focus on data quality and metadata management.
Sherlock's Innovation Accelerator Platforms provide organizations quick access to on-demand, elastic, secure, big data platforms to tackle large amounts of data.
Sherlock Cloud contains a FISMA-certified environment that has successfully passed yearly audits since its inception in 2008. This environment was developed and is maintained in accordance with NIST 800-53 requirements, which govern system access, information control, and management processes. Sherlock Cloud is the largest FIMSA-certified cloud within the UC system.