There’s been a lot of discussion lately about the HITRUST Common Security Framework (CSF) Assurance Program within the healthcare information security arena. While the program is gaining visibility and increased adoption rates, skeptics exist that may provide misinformation based on assumptions or myths. This can be counterproductive to organizations that are trying to make decisions about how to achieve a better security posture.
The objective of this FAQ is to address and clarify the major points of contention around the assurance program and the underlying HITRUST CSF. As the threat landscape changes by the minute and cyberattacks become more prevalent, having a mature information security program is absolutely necessary.
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