Gearset Achieves HIPAA Compliance


Gearset, the leading Salesforce DevOps platform, today announced Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) compliance for all its solutions. This certification highlights Gearset’s ongoing commitment to ensuring the security and privacy of its users’ data.

Customers storing protected health information (PHI) can now make use of Gearset’s platform and receive a Business Associate Agreement (BAA) to ensure proper handling of protected data. Customers handling PHI will have their data stored on a dedicated Amazon Web Services instance and access to SAML and BYOK if needed. This will support organizations in maintaining compliance standards and avoiding the financial penalties or corrective action plans that come from a breach.

“We built Gearset’s platform with the security of our users and their data in mind,” said Kevin Boyle, CEO of Gearset. “HIPAA compliance allows us to provide that same level of protection to US customers processing PHI.”

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HIPAA compliance is the latest addition to Gearset’s enterprise grade security offering, including ISO 27001 certification, CCPA/CPRA compliant, GDPR compliant, and advanced SSL data encryption. 

Gearset not only secures user’s data, but encourages them to secure their own Salesforce development through advanced testing and backup solutions. This has seen over 70 billion Salesforce data records backed up by Gearset, and over 3.5 billion unit tests run on the platform.

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