HITRUST anticipates the HITRUST Threat Catalogue will be a “living document” due to the constantly changing threat environment, including planned improvements to better facilitate risk analyses and the consumption of threat intelligence. Changes will likely include modifying the threat list, enumerating common vulnerabilities, relating Indicators of Compromise (IOCs), and of course updating control requirements as they change with each HITRUST CSF release.


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