Organizations around the world, especially ones in the HITRUST XChange program, are moving to quickly implement the HITRUST Common Security Framework (CSF) for their organization. With the recent HITRUST CSF v9.2 update, organizations across all industries – not just healthcare – can benefit greatly from the HITRUST framework.
Since its inception in 2007, the HITRUST framework has become very popular with organizations globally – including businesses of all types in the HITRUST XChange program. As a certified HITRUST accessor firm and licensed CPA firm, A-LIGN has helped companies and organizations of all sizes prepare for HITRUST certification.
Since its inception in 2007, the HITRUST Common Security Framework (CSF) has been used by organizations of all sizes around the globe. Originally designed specifically for the healthcare industry, today the HITRUST CSF enjoys success across all industries thanks to its robust and scalable systems that unify multiple recognized frameworks.
Since 2007, the HITRUST Common Security Framework (CSF) has been recognized as a well-rounded and certifiable security framework for any organizations of all sizes and industries. With the upcoming CSF v9.3 update, HITRUST continues to demonstrate its value for any organization by expanding to incorporate new frameworks, legislation and standards. What is the HITRUST CSF? The HITRUST […]
The HITRUST Alliance has appointed Steve Simmons, Director of Compliance at A-LIGN, and Blaise Wabo, Senior Manager at A-LIGN, to the HITRUST CSF Assessor Council.
Don’t make the climb to compliance more difficult than it has to be. With a comprehensive framework for organizations of any size, system or regulatory requirement, the HITRUST CSF allows for organizations to easily assess their current compliance while providing implementation requirements based on an organization’s risk factors. Types of HITRUST Assessments HITRUST has two […]
As the data breach landscape in the healthcare industry evolves, so do organizations and their compliance with regulatory requirements. Doing ‘nothing’ to protect healthcare data is no longer an acceptable approach for small healthcare entities.
On March 1, 2017, HITRUST announced its roadmap for 2017, which included improvements to the HITRUST CSF and a renewed focus on smaller healthcare organizations. The roadmap focuses on combating cyber threats and information risks while advancing protection standards regarding healthcare data through CSFBASICs, HITRUST CSF v8.1, HITRUST CSF v9, and CSF Assurance Program v9. […]
HITRUST confirmed the HITRUST CSF Version 9.1 would be scheduled to release to the assessor community this month, January 2018 for review and to provide feedback.
On September 11, 2019 HITRUST released updated guidance regarding the reliance of others as part of the HITRUST certification process. This includes a more defined scope for reliance on the results of audits, assessments, and inspections that have been completed in the past.