Genecloud allows users to collaborate with remote colleagues to analyze genomes data without compromising security, privacy, or efficiency. By securely managing the interaction between analytics and sensitive data, Genecloud strikes the balance between access and privacy.
With cloud or on-premise data storage, Genecloud allows for virtually unlimited storage and computations, so that you can analyze genomic data in a secure environment. You’ll have the best-in-class pipelines and bioinformatics tools to get the job done.
With Genecloud, your team can work remotely and share results without having to move large datasets or lose control of sensitive underlying data.
With Genecloud, all data is persistently encrypted. Our secure storage is designed to exceed regulatory requirements (e.g., HIPAA). A sophisticated policy engine allows stakeholders to set access policies.
Choose who gets to access what data: set policy based on attributes such as geography, user or organization. Choose which data attributes are off-limits for access by a given party. Or even limit access to the data in a way that maximizes anonymization.
Genecloud automatically logs all of your actions so that auditors can review your history — including what data has been uploaded, which programs have been run using the data, and what data has been accessed from the system.
What people are saying about Genecloud
Haystack Bio’s platform will be used by biopharma partners and research institutions around the world. We believe that Genecloud is the best way to store, analyze and collaborate around data, maximizing productivity while protecting privacy. Data governance is essential for genomics, and nobody addresses this challenge as deeply or as systematically as Genecloud.
"Crowd-sourcing genetic data and sharing it freely online could lead to incredible discoveries. It could help scientists unravel the complex genetic causes of disease and focus on early prevention. It could help democratize research, allowing researchers equal access to data that can help answer questions that matter to them…….Achieving these advances in science, medicine and public health demand that we create the 'Internet of Genes.’ "
Los Angeles Times
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