The level of maturity an organization wishes to pursue is a risk-based decision based on the needs of that organization. However, an industry-accepted level of due diligence and due care would be a fully implemented HITRUST CSF-based information protection program that scores at around a 75 on HITRUST’s 100-point scale based on the first three HITRUST CSF control maturity levels: policy, procedure, and implemented. Organizations that wish to implement ‘best-in-class’ information protection programs and receive the benefits of information security continuous monitoring (ISCM) and ongoing certification (OC) should strive for aggregated average scores of 87 or more.

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