Experienced HITRUST consultants are critical in navigating the increasing complexity involved with achieving a HITRUST Certification.
The HITRUST Common Security Framework (CSF) is a comprehensive and certifiable security framework. Companies that desire to achieve certification must be assessed by an assessment firm and then further evaluated by HITRUST during the body’s certification review.
As HITRUST continues to evolve, they frequently make meaningful changes to their framework, assessment standards, and quality review process. This has led to many companies failing to achieve certification, including assessment firms’ packages being rejected by HITRUST. Now, more than ever, it is critical to find an experienced consulting partner to ensure a successful certification experience.
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What Makes RISCPoint a Revolutionary Partner in Cybersecurity and Compliance?
100% Success Rate
Our clients have 100% Certification Success Rate. In a climate where the number of certifications that are rejected continue to increase, our success shows our commitment to quality.
We tailor every engagement to your organization’s specific needs to maximize Return on Investment.
Our engagements are supported by experienced healthcare and cybersecurity professionals with the HITRUST CCSFP certification.
We partner with all the major Cyber and HITRUST assessment firms to ensure aligned methodology, obtain partner pricing for our clients, and secure prioritized scheduling.
Hands-on Tactical Delivery
Our team takes a strategic consulting approach with a hands-on tactical delivery to ensure the big picture is considered while the details are perfected.
RISCPoint’s Approach to Information Risk Management and Compliance
RISCPoint specializes in helping organizations with all of their compliance needs, including building a HITRUST program that meets all of the detailed HITRUST criteria, including the consideration of new standards that have been imposed. Part of those would include the new 90-day standards, where all controls must operate for a minimum of 90 days, and all audit evidence must be obtained within 90 days of the beginning of your assessment for certification (engaging with your assessor firm).
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