Building a business is like climbing a mountain. I’ve thought a lot about this analogy over the past decade growing A-LIGN – it’s no wonder you see it all over our website and embedded in our logo. “Reflecting on 2020 and Working Toward a Better 2021”
Over the last few blogs, we have provided a comprehensive overview of the HITRUST landscape, from the authoritative sources at its core, to the optional regulations, or regulatory factors, that are commonly added on to a HITRUST assessment for industry-specific purposes.
“4 Miscellaneous HITRUST Regulatory Factors to Consider”
There are more than 20 optional regulatory factors that an organization can consider as part of a HITRUST assessment. These are individual options, based on specific industry requirements, and can be quite tricky to parse.
“5 HITRUST Regulatory Factors to Consider for International and State-level Privacy Compliance”
The United States represents an attractive market for many European companies, but international expansion can be fraught with risk because of a completely different regulatory landscape.
“How European Companies Can Accelerate International Expansion with SOC 2 Compliance”
Our discussion of HITRUST regulatory factors continues with a focus on federal compliance and their influence on HITRUST. Here are 7 HITRUST regulatory factors to consider for federal compliance, and our recommendations on how to address them.
“7 HITRUST Factors to Consider for Federal Compliance”
A-LIGN’s commitment to the community continues through the holiday season and recognizes Giving Tuesday through its annual fundraiser for Junior Achievement (JA).
A-LIGN CLIMBERS are community-focused and leadership-driven and have supported the local community for more than a decade. This year, A-LIGN is honored to be included on the Tampa Bay Business Journal’s One Tampa Bay list of honorees, which recognizes nonprofit and for-profit organizations for their philanthropic efforts.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology’s (NIST) latest version of Special Publication 800-53 places an enhanced focus on privacy controls and supply chain risk management.
“NIST 800-53 Rev. 5 Adopts a Strategic Compliance Approach, Puts Privacy at a Premium”