Key Considerations of a Data Protection, Information Risk Management and Compliance Program
Effectively managing data, information risk and compliance is complex and ever-changing. There are many components and considerations in developing and implementing a robust program that encompasses and integrates all the elements needed to manage this risk and achieve one’s compliance objectives effectively. Many organizations believe selecting their information risk management framework is the most complicated part of the process, and although important, it is just the beginning.
In developing an information risk and compliance program, there are many considerations in addition to selecting the most appropriate framework:
- Aligning with third-party risk management approach
- Aligning threats to security controls
- Measuring the effectiveness of implementation
- Reporting your program’s approach to management and third parties
- Sharing control responsibilities with service providers
- Integrating information risk and compliance controls into an assessment tool
HITRUST Approach to Information
Risk Management and Compliance
HITRUST understands information risk management and compliance and the challenges of assembling and maintaining the many and varied programs, which is why our integrated approach ensures the components are aligned, maintained and comprehensive to support an organization’s information risk management and compliance program.
Designed to leverage the best in class components for a comprehensive information risk management and compliance program that integrates and aligns the following:
HITRUST CSF®—a robust privacy and security controls framework
HITRUST Threat Catalogue™—a list of reasonably anticipated threats mapped to specific HITRUST CSF controls
HITRUST MyCSF®—an assessment and corrective action plan management platform
HITRUST Assessment XChange™—an automated means of sharing assurances between organizations
HITRUST CSF Assurance Program—a scalable and transparent means to provide reliable assurances to internal and external stakeholders
HITRUST Shared Responsibility Program—a matrix of HITRUST CSF requirements identifying service provider and customer responsibilities
HITRUST® Third-Party Assurance Program—a third-party risk management process
To learn more about the HITRUST Approach, listen to the webinar replay below:
A Complete Implementation of the NIST Cybersecurity Framework Based on the HITRUST Approach
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