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HITRUST Announces InfoSec Award Winners for 2010

Individuals from Catholic Health East and Health Care Service Corp. recognized for outstanding leadership and contributions to healthcare information protection Feb 2, 2011 Frisco, TX – February 2, 2011 – The Health Information Trust Alliance (HITRUST) announced today the recipients of the HITRUST InfoSec Awards for 2010. The InfoSec Awards recognize organizations and individuals that…

Sword & Shield Recognized as a HITRUST CSF Assessor

Jan 31, 2011 By Lara Bergman KNOXVILLE, TN – Sword & Shield Enterprise Security, Inc., a Knoxville TN-based IT security company, today announced it has been designated by the Health Information Trust Alliance (HITRUST) as a Common Security Framework (CSF) Assessor – one of only a select few companies nationwide to achieve this recognition. The…

PwC Designated a HITRUST Common Security Framework Assessor

New Survey Finds Nearly Half of Healthcare Organizations Experienced Information Security Breach Last Year Jan 11, 2011 NEW YORK, Jan. 11, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — PwC US announced today that the Health Information Trust Alliance (HITRUST) has designated the firm a Common Security Framework (CSF) Assessor, qualified to evaluate and certify security standards of CSF-related services….

HITRUST Framework Update Described Provides Guide to Security Compliance

Jan 7, 2011 By Howard Anderson The Healthcare Information Trust Alliance has unveiled an updated version of its Common Security Framework. The latest enhancements to the framework, which provides a guide to implementing security controls, include updates on compliance with federal regulations as well as recognition of new technologies and security practices, says Chris Hourihan,…

As seen in CIO Insight: 10 Legislative Trends to Watch in 2011

Dec 9, 2010 By Samuel Greengard Getting a handle on potential legal and legislative changes can determine whether an organization ratchets down risk and steers clear of trouble or finds itself in the crosshairs of government and media scrutiny. Making matters worse, the global nature of today’s business environment means that it”s necessary to monitor…

HITRUST Common Security Framework Continues to Advance with Updates for 2011

Comprehensiveness and usability of framework drives increasing adoption Nov 16, 2010 Frisco, TX – November 16, 2010 – The Health Information Trust Alliance (HITRUST) announced today it will release updates on December 16, 2010, to the HITRUST Common Security Framework (CSF), the most comprehensive and widely-adopted security framework in the U.S. healthcare industry. The updates…

Mediregs Integrates HITRUST Common Security Framework with ComplyTrack to Accelerate Health Care Information Privacy and Security

MediRegs Sep 2, 2010 MediRegs, a leading provider of compliance and risk management, reimbursement and workflow solutions for the health care industry, announced today that it will incorporate the Health Information Trust Alliance (HITRUST) Common Security Framework (CSF) within its ComplyTrack Suite to offer clients a concise means of addressing privacy and security risks. MediRegs…

HITRUST Certification: Why It Makes Sense For Every Healthcare Organization

ViPs General Dynamics Information Technology Aug 31, 2010 Jason Taule, Managing Director of Corporate Risk at ViPS General Dynamics Information Technology, delves into the significance of increased regulation and enforcement, and how the HITRUST Common Security Framework (CSF) can help those in the healthcare industry accomplish this. To learn more about Jason’s views on utilizing…

Avoiding the High Cost of Breaches

Health Info Security Aug 26, 2010 A total estimated price tag of nearly $1 billion for dealing with the aftermath of major breaches reported to federal authorities so far should motivate healthcare organizations to take aggressive steps to improve security, one analyst advises. Continue Reading…

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