Controlling Cyber Risk for Teleworkers with HITRUST
Jason Kor, Senior Manager, Healthcare Risk Assurance Services, Coalfire
Organizations across the globe have sent workers home to avoid spreading the Coronavirus and, as a result, technology leaders are hard-pressed to create cyber-safe work-from-home environments. Organizations must quickly identify and treat new cybersecurity risks introduced by the newly formed remote workforce.
The HITRUST CSF Version 9.1 Release – How It Could Apply to Your Organization
Michael T. Williams, Senior Consultant, Coalfire
If you’re familiar with the Health Information Trust Alliance (HITRUST) Common Security Framework (CSF), then you’re likely aware that HITRUST revises the CSF requirements twice annually to account for new regulations, technologies, and business models affecting the security of Protected Health Information (PHI). This enables the HITRUST CSF to evolve in step with the changing cyber risk landscape. HITRUST CSF version 9 is currently in effect, but HITRUST will release version 9.1 later this month.