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The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) released a new version of its cybersecurity framework. NIST 2.0 provides essential guidelines for organizations to manage and reduce cyber risks.

Are you wondering how your organization can implement NIST 2.0? Let HITRUST be your guide.

HITRUST releases companion guide for NIST 2.0

As the leader in cybersecurity assurance and risk management, HITRUST released a companion document titled “The HITRUST Approach to Cyber Resilience: Leveraging HITRUST to Implement the NIST Cybersecurity Framework Version 2.0.” It is designed to help organizations gain a deeper understanding of the framework and its specific applications.

Whether your organization is from healthcare or other critical infrastructure sector, HITRUST’s guidance offers a roadmap for navigating the complexities of cybersecurity assurance and risk management. The support document is aimed at helping your organization enhance the value of cyber resilience.

HITRUST’s two-decades-long expertise and experience in implementing the NIST framework enables it to provide practical insights to organizations for selecting the right controls, taking prompt actions, and strengthening their cybersecurity practices.

HITRUST is the trusted partner you need

HITRUST offers reliable support for organizations looking to embrace cyber resilience. It is bringing together customers, industry stakeholders, and regulatory authorities to advance cybersecurity assurance and risk management.

HITRUST’s approach allows you to integrate the NIST 2.0 framework efficiently and demonstrate control selection confidently. It offers trusted assurance accompanied by a valuable scorecard to show that you have selected and implemented relevant controls. It applies to varied industries and aligns with varied regulatory requirements. For instance, it provides a defensible approach for healthcare organizations seeking compliance with the HIPAA Security Rule.

The HITRUST support for NIST Cybersecurity Framework 2.0 will be available in the latter half of 2024 with an Informative Reference to NIST. Version 11.4 of the HITRUST framework will entail NIST 2.0, allowing organizations to use it as a selectable factor in HITRUST reports.

Read the full press release for a comprehensive understanding. Explore HITRUST’s approach to cyber resilience in the companion document, and stay tuned for the evolution of cybersecurity in the second half of 2024.

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