7 Things CISOs Ought to Know About HIPAA Compliance



The moment an organization stores, processes or transmits protected healthcare information (PHI), it must take on the responsibility of being fully HIPAA compliant. CISOs must understand what is required of the organization and the implications of ignoring or falling short of compliance requirements.

Read the executive brief to learn 7 things CISOs ought to know about HIPAA compliance. 

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The Cost of Noncompliance

The more complex computing environments become, the more chief information security officers (CISOs) have to worry about. CISOs of covered entities and business associates must remain rigorous when it comes to applying HIPAA compliance to their program. The penalty for non-compliance can be steep, not only regarding the cost of the breach, but also in fines and loss of reputation. 

Download the brief to learn what CISOs ought to know about HIPAA compliance.


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