Enterprise Health achieves HITRUST CSF certification

Jan 15, 2020 10:00:00 AM — by Enterprise Health

As a company, Enterprise Health is strongly committed to managing risk, improving security and meeting compliance requirements in the protection of personal health information (PHI) and other data. We routinely undergo rigorous assessments by organizations authorized to certify that we have met key regulations and industry-defined requirements and are appropriately managing risk and are very pleased to announce that Enterprise Health has achieved HITRUST CSF® Certification.

HITRUST is a leading data protection standards development and certification organization that delivers a best in-class solution to address information risk management and compliance problems. HITRUST CSF is a robust privacy and security framework that is comprehensive, flexible and includes prescriptive and scalable security controls that can be used by organizations that create, access, store or exchange sensitive and/or regulated data. 

Achieving HITRUST CSF Certified status isn’t easy, but that’s the point. This achievement places Enterprise Health in an elite group of organizations worldwide that have earned this certification. Plus, based on the results of a HITRUST CSF Validated Assessment, Enterprise Health is also supported by an information protection program consistent with the objectives specified in the NIST Cybersecurity Framework v1.0. 

This HITRUST CSF certification, along with our Service Organization Control (SOC) 2®️ Type 2 (Restricted Use) and SOC 3®️ (General Use) reports, demonstrates our commitment to serve our clients with the technology, processes and procedures necessary for robust security. 

   

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