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HITRUST Community Extension Program: Building Blocks to Better Collaboration, Risk Management & Cybersecurity

HITRUST announced today the launch of a Community Extension Program that will provide healthcare organizations of all types and sizes an opportunity to engage with local peers to discuss the challenges, best practices and lessons learned in effectively implementing a risk management program and improving cybersecurity practices by leveraging the HITRUST CSF, HITRUST cyber threat sharing…

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HITRUST CSF v9 Expands Framework and Enables NIST Cybersecurity Certification

HITRUST has announced specific details surrounding its version 9 (v9) of the HITRUST CSF, to be released in mid-August 2017. This release is a continuation of HITRUST’s efforts to improve the overall state of information protection by providing organizations with a comprehensive, common approach to managing information privacy and security risks, including those from cyber….

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Urgent Information on Petya Ransomware Attack

HITRUST has been following the events of this global Petya ransomware attack since it was first reported. HITRUST’s Cyber Lab, in partnership with Trend Micro Labs and in cooperation with DHS, law enforcement, and our members, are gathering information on the incident and have been providing guidance by regularly updating information in the HITRUST CTX…

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HITRUST Announces Community Extension Program in Major Cities Across the U.S.

Program promotes education and collaboration on risk management and cybersecurity through community outreach July 26, 2017 – Frisco, TX – HITRUST announced today the launch of a Community Extension Program that will provide healthcare organizations of all types and sizes an opportunity to engage with local peers to discuss the challenges, best practices and lessons…

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HITRUST CSF v9 Enhancements Extend “Assess Once, Report Many” Approach as a Standard Security Framework for Multiple Critical Infrastructure Industries

HITRUST CSF Certification now includes NIST Cybersecurity Certification July 20, 2017 – Frisco, TX – HITRUST announced today specific details surrounding its version 9 (v9) of the HITRUST CSF, to be released in mid-August 2017. This release is a continuation of HITRUST’s efforts to improve the overall state of information protection by providing organizations with…

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HITRUST Establishes Assessment Exchange to Modernize Vendor Risk Management Process

Leverages HITRUST CSF Assurance Program to improve efficiencies, streamline processes and free precious resources in obtaining vendor security and privacy risk assessment information May 2, 2017—Frisco, TX: HITRUST announced today the creation of an assessment exchange to automate and streamline the process customers engage in when requesting and receiving third-party security and privacy risk assessment…

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WannaCry Debrief: Lessons Learned

On June 28, 2017, HITRUST hosted a webinar that provided a valuable debrief and analysis of the recent cyber attack on the healthcare industry known as “WannaCry”. View WANNACRY Debrief Webinar Recording According to Forbes, the NSA cyber weapon-powered WannaCry ransomware that spread across the world infected as many as 200,000 Windows systems, including those at 48 hospital trusts in the…

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HITRUST 2017: Sessions for Small Medical Practices

For small medical practices without appropriate resources (time, knowledge, staff), the idea of implementing cybersecurity can be overwhelming. At the same time, it’s imperative that a doctor’s office be in compliance with government regulations while taking appropriate measures to avoid cyber attacks that may disclose patients’ protected health information, cause system downtime resulting in added…

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Assess Once, Report Many: HITRUST 2017 Sessions Focused on Compliance

Healthcare entities and related business associates (e.g., health plans, healthcare clearinghouses, exchanges, healthcare providers, and organizations that conduct certain financial, research, and administrative functions) are being asked with increased frequency to demonstrate that they meet a variety of security and privacy requirements such as the HIPAA Security & Privacy Rules, NIST, ISO, PCI and other…

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