Coalfire Client FireHost Achieves HITRUST CSF Certification

October 19, 2012, Rick Link, Managing Director

Yesterday, we were delighted to see our long-time client Firehost announce that they achieved Common Security Framework (CSF) “Certified” status from the HITRUST Alliance.  Headquartered in Richardson, Texas, FireHost has made compliance a top priority, and we’ve enjoyed working with them to achieve this important designation.

Coalfire has been a CFS HITRUST assessor since 2011, and we are seeing many of our clients adopt the HITRUST CSF a de facto standard in the Healthcare industry.  And FireHost is not alone; we are currently helping many other organizations pursue CSF certifications. 

At Coalfire we applaud all organizations that commit to security and compliance. They are wise to ensure that they are properly handling Protected Health Information (PHI), Personally Identifiable Information (PII) and complying with HIPAA and HITECH regulations.  Congratulations again to FireHost.



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