HIPAA, GDPR, FDA regulations all increase the complexity required in your IT infrastructure. Technical violations and platform breaches can result in fines and lost business. Regulatory enforcement actions are increasing and the myriad of service and product offerings from cloud service providers grows every quarter. Failure to comply with regulatory requirements could lead to being found negligent if evidence otherwise isn’t available. But it doesn’t have to be so bleak...
You not only understand your risks, but also the relative cost and effort to mitigate them. You prioritize your budget appropriately, and make good business decisions that protect your reputation and your customers’ data. Questions about current risks are answered, paths forward are identified. This helps you to focus on growing your business. It aids you in not only developing products faster but delivering them as well. In this world you understand and mitigate risk, deliver new products and grow your business more efficiently.
An independent or third party security assessment by Kindly Ops AWS Certified engineers is a crucial component in leveraging the speed of cloud infrastructure and safely meeting regulatory requirements.
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"We worked with Kindly Ops to perform a risk assessment and help us level up operations by implementing the recommendations. The report was accurate and immediately actionable. It's hard to believe how much we got done in 6 months. Our investors, company, and customers are all benefiting from our increased ability to rapidly scale and innovate while safeguarding the healthcare data we are entrusted with."
"We worked with Kindly Ops to review product architecture and help us comply with regulatory requirements. They were instrumental in helping us qualify to win grants and customer contracts. Working with Kindly Ops reduced both risk and stress. Highly recommended."
"Kindly Ops has been a delight to work with. They are a team of passionate, dedicated DevOps engineers, and it shows. The team at Kindly Ops accelerated our schedule by months, and managed to give our team a new level of confidence in the tools and processes powering our infrastructure. The Kindly Ops team are amazing and have been a critical part of our team's success."
"We are on a mission to reduce the burden of regulatory compliance and make it easier and safer for companies to bring healthcare innovation to market. Kindly Ops specializes in bioinformatics in the cloud. We have a deep practical understanding of achieving HIPAA and FDA compliance for software teams performing work and research in the cloud. Our unique perspective helps us manage continuous security and cloud-native approaches. Our goal: Reduce the burden of meeting regulatory requirements and make innovation enjoyable again."
You are building a software product and have not yet completed a Series A funding round or reached $1M in customer revenue.
You are running in a traditional on-premises data center rather than AWS or Google Cloud.
You want someone to checkbox your existing strategy without questioning architecture or risk tradeoffs.
You don’t have executive support to spend 10% of your annual development budget on compliance and security to actually follow up on recommendations.
See how we helped this financial services company to decrease risk and increase confidence by building a financial literacy platform on AWS.
Check out how we improved security and reduced costs while maintaining HIPAA compliance for this healthcare software company.
We know there are new AWS services released every year with revised guidance. There are new attacks happening all the time. Ignoring a misconfiguration could destroy your business. By acting now you may discover attacks that are already in progress or reveal gaps that leave you vulnerable. Strengthen your security posture and increase compliance evidence to get credit for the work you are already doing. Save money by getting an assessment instead of a fine.