- What is the HITRUST CSF Assurance Program?
- What types of assessments are available in the CSF Assurance Program?
- What is the process for an organization to achieve HITRUST CSF Certification?
- Is a HITRUST CSF validated assessment more expensive than comparable assessments?
- How many organizations have completed a HITRUST CSF assessment?
- If I’m HITRUST CSF certified, does that mean I’m HIPAA-compliant?
- How does a CSF assessment meet the HIPAA requirement for a risk analysis, and can it be used to support an OCR audit?
- Do HITRUST Certification programs provide safe harbor in the event of a breach?
- Does the use of alternate controls diminish the value of HITRUST Certification?
- Does HITRUST rely too heavily on the Assessor’s opinion of control effectiveness?
- What methods are used to evaluate the effectiveness of CSF controls?
- Does CSF Assurance take a compliance-based approach to information protection?
- Does a CSF Assurance assessment weight all controls equally?
- Can assessors use sampling to improve the efficiency of the assessment?
- Is the HITRUST CSF Assurance Program a one-size-fits-all approach?
- Are HITRUST assessments only useful for formal certification against the CSF?
- Does the CSF Assurance Program support an “assess once, report many” approach?
- How can I use the CSF Assurance Program for third-party risk management?
- How often do I need to get a HITRUST CSF assessment report to support my third-party assurance requirements?
- Since ISO/IEC provides an internationally recognized information security standard, can I use my ISO 27001 certification to satisfy customer and business partner requirements for a HITRUST CSF Validated or Certified Report?
- How can my organization utilize the HITRUST CSF framework for an AICPA SOC 2 report?
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