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”
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”
A-LIGN launched its first cohort in the Corporate Fellowship Program with Hiring Our Heroes in August, a partnership intended to work with transitioning military service members and connect them with opportunities for hands-on corporate training and mentorship.
“A-LIGN Celebrates Hiring Our Heroes Fellows on Veterans Day”
The recent release of the Interim DFARS rule has raised a lot of concern and questions among U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) contractors.
“CMMC: Expert Advice on Cybersecurity Certification Next Steps”
At A-LIGN, CLIMBERS take many different paths to reach the summit of their full potential. Being accountable for your work is a value celebrated through our annual value awards at CLIMB, A-LIGN’s annual training and team-building event. “Featured CLIMBER:
International Awards Program Recognizes Outstanding Information Security Products and Companies “A-LIGN Named “SMB CyberSecurity Solution of the Year” in 2020 CyberSecurity Breakthrough Awards Program”