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”
In today’s technologically-driven business world, it is imperative for executives of all kinds to understand the importance of cybersecurity and how to protect the organization from threats. “The Importance of Cybersecurity for Executives”
At A-LIGN we help organizations of all sizes avoid cyber risks, but they’re not the ones who are a target – so are children. We teach children to not accept rides from strangers, but it’s also important to be aware of the cyber risks facing them whenever they’re online.
While passwords can protect our precious information, their ability to help us is limited by our ability to come up with a strong and memorable variation. Failure to create and use a secure, unique password can open your accounts up to password spraying.
In today’s increasingly connected environment, businesses rely more on third-party vendors than ever before to help them bring their ideas to life. Those vendors include suppliers, affiliates, contractors and service providers. “Protect Your Supply Chain From Security Threats”
Running an organization today means not only performing expected business requirements and generating revenue, but also defending yourself against an endless onslaught of cybersecurity threats. The NIST Cybersecurity Framework is designed to help you grow your organization while defending yourself from cyberattacks. “A Quick NIST Cybersecurity Framework Summary”