HITRUST provides a range of cybersecurity and privacy certification and accreditation solutions, including their flagship HITRUST CSF certification, which is one of the most widely-adopted security frameworks for healthcare organizations.
The demand for cybersecurity certifications and assurances like HITRUST is at an all-time high due to escalations in breaches at healthcare entities and their vendors in the supply chain. However, not all certifications are created equal, and the industry is outgrowing the one-size-fits-all certification model.
HITRUST has announced new security certification models, including the new HITRUST i1 certification. The new HITRUST options are designed to provide more flexibility and speed for HITRUST certifications, while reducing the cost and effort to achieve certification.
Join us for this episode of The CyberPHIx as we hear from Michael Parisi, Vice President of Adoption for HITRUST. We discuss hot-off-the-presses details of HITRUST’s new security certification and solutions including:
- Market trends and demand for security certifications for healthcare entities
- The history and evolution of security certifications including the HITRUST CSF (now called HITRUST r2), SOC 2, ISO, and others
- Detailed overview of the new HITRUST i1 certification option
- HITRUST i1 security controls requirements including focus on implementation of controls
- HITRUST i1 certification requirements, timing, level of effort, release schedule, impact to HITRUST CSF (HITRUST r2) certified entities
- Breaking news on changes to the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) security certification program
- Details of the HITRUST Basic, Current State Assessment (bC)
- HITRUST privacy certification updates
- Details of HITRUST’s new Results Distribution System (RDS)