Coverart for item
The Resource Building a HIPAA-compliant cybersecurity program : using NIST 800-30 and CSF to secure protected health information, Eric C. Thompson, (electronic book)

Building a HIPAA-compliant cybersecurity program : using NIST 800-30 and CSF to secure protected health information, Eric C. Thompson, (electronic book)

Label
Building a HIPAA-compliant cybersecurity program : using NIST 800-30 and CSF to secure protected health information
Title
Building a HIPAA-compliant cybersecurity program
Title remainder
using NIST 800-30 and CSF to secure protected health information
Statement of responsibility
Eric C. Thompson
Creator
Author
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Use this book to learn how to conduct a timely and thorough Risk Analysis and Assessment documenting all risks to the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of electronic Protected Health Information (ePHI), which is a key component of the HIPAA Security Rule. The requirement is a focus area for the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office for Civil Rights (OCR) during breach investigations and compliance audits. This book lays out a plan for healthcare organizations of all types to successfully comply with these requirements and use the output to build upon the cybersecurity program.   With the proliferation of cybersecurity breaches, the number of healthcare providers, payers, and business associates investigated by the OCR has risen significantly. It is not unusual for additional penalties to be levied when victims of breaches cannot demonstrate that an enterprise-wide risk assessment exists, comprehensive enough to document all of the risks to ePHI. Why is it that so many covered entities and business associates fail to comply with this fundamental safeguard? Building a HIPAA Compliant Cybersecurity Program cuts through the confusion and ambiguity of regulatory requirements and provides detailed guidance to help readers: Understand and document all known instances where patient data exist Know what regulators want and expect from the risk analysis process Assess and analyze the level of severity that each risk poses to ePHI Focus on the beneficial outcomes of the process: understanding real risks, and optimizing deployment of resources and alignment with business objectives What Youll Learn: Use NIST 800-30 to execute a risk analysis and assessment, which meets the expectations of regulators such as the Office for Civil Rights (OCR) Understand why this is not just a compliance exercise, but a way to take back control of protecting ePHI Leverage the risk analysis process to improve your cybersecurity program Know the value of integrating technical assessments to further define risk management activities Employ an iterative process that continuously assesses the environment to identify improvement opportunities
Member of
Cataloging source
EBLCP
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Thompson, Eric C
Dewey number
  • 610.285/58
  • 004
Index
no index present
LC call number
R859.7.S43
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • United States.
  • Medical informatics
  • Computer security
Label
Building a HIPAA-compliant cybersecurity program : using NIST 800-30 and CSF to secure protected health information, Eric C. Thompson, (electronic book)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"" Moving from Ad Hoc to Operational""
Antecedent source
unknown
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • ""Table of Contents""; ""About the Author""; ""About the Technical Reviewer""; ""Acknowledgments""; ""Introduction""; ""Part I: Why Risk Assessment and Analysis?""; ""Chapter 1: Not If, but When""; "" Evolving Regulations and Threat Landscape""; "" A New Kind of Adversary""; "" Proliferation of Ransomware""; "" Malware for Sale""; "" It Costs Money When Things Go Wrong""; "" The Approach Must Change""; "" Comply, but Not for the Sake of Compliance ""; "" Going on the Offensive""; "" Creating and Trusting the Process""; "" Summary""; ""Chapter 2: Meeting Regulator Expectations""
  • "" Introduction of a Proactive Audit Program"""" Does Language and Tone Lead to Inaction?""; "" Why Does This Language Exist in the Guidance?""; "" Risk Analysis Methodology""; "" Scope and Data Collection""; "" Threats""; "" Implement and Assess Security Measures""; "" Vulnerabilities""; "" Risk Identification""; "" Likelihood and Impact""; "" Other Risk Analysis Guidance and Methodology""; "" HITRUST""; "" OCTAVE""; "" Choosing a Framework Is Not Permanent""; "" Summary""; ""Chapter 3: Selecting Security Measures""; "" Cybersecurity Frameworks to the Rescue""
  • "" The NIST Cybersecurity Framework"""" Identify""; "" Protect""; "" Detect""; "" Respond""; "" Recover""; "" Implementing Internal Controls Aligned with Subcategories""; "" The Cybersecurity Policy""; "" Measuring the Cybersecurity Program""; "" Capability Maturity Model""; "" PRISMA""; "" Addressing Compliance Requirements""; "" HIPAA Security Rule""; "" Administrative Safeguards""; "" Physical Safeguards""; "" Technical Safeguards""; "" Summary""; ""Part II: Assessing and Analyzing Risk""; ""Chapter 4: Inventory Your ePHI""; "" Take a Step Back and Break Down the Process""
  • "" Healthcare Provider Example"""" Healthcare Plan/Payer Example""; "" Business Associate Example""; "" Create the Asset List""; "" Summary""; ""Chapter 5: Who Wants Health Information?""; "" NIST Threat Guidance""; "" Inputs and Threat Source Identification""; "" Types of Adversaries""; "" State-Sponsored Attackers""; "" Organized Cybercriminals""; "" What Makes These Groups Sophisticated?""; "" Malicious Insiders""; "" Hacktivists""; "" Summary""; ""Chapter 6: Weaknesses Waiting to Be Exploited""; "" Predisposing Conditions""; "" Documenting Vulnerabilities""
  • "" Vulnerability Buckets Based on the NIST CSF"""" Summary""; ""Chapter 7: Is It Really This Bad?""; "" Risk Statements""; "" Likelihood""; "" Impact""; "" Measuring Risk""; "" Creating the Risk Register""; "" Risks Identified to ePHI""; "" Graphical Representation of Risks""; "" Reevaluation of Risks Based on a Chaining of Events""; "" Very High Risks""; "" High Risks""; "" Moderate""; "" Putting These Things into Business Terms""; "" Operational Impacts""; "" Financial Statement Impacts""; "" Summary""; ""Chapter 8: Increasing Program Maturity""
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (303 p.)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781484230596
Level of compression
unknown
Other control number
10.1007/978-1-4842-3060-2
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (OCoLC)1012345129
  • on1012345129
Label
Building a HIPAA-compliant cybersecurity program : using NIST 800-30 and CSF to secure protected health information, Eric C. Thompson, (electronic book)
Publication
Note
"" Moving from Ad Hoc to Operational""
Antecedent source
unknown
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • ""Table of Contents""; ""About the Author""; ""About the Technical Reviewer""; ""Acknowledgments""; ""Introduction""; ""Part I: Why Risk Assessment and Analysis?""; ""Chapter 1: Not If, but When""; "" Evolving Regulations and Threat Landscape""; "" A New Kind of Adversary""; "" Proliferation of Ransomware""; "" Malware for Sale""; "" It Costs Money When Things Go Wrong""; "" The Approach Must Change""; "" Comply, but Not for the Sake of Compliance ""; "" Going on the Offensive""; "" Creating and Trusting the Process""; "" Summary""; ""Chapter 2: Meeting Regulator Expectations""
  • "" Introduction of a Proactive Audit Program"""" Does Language and Tone Lead to Inaction?""; "" Why Does This Language Exist in the Guidance?""; "" Risk Analysis Methodology""; "" Scope and Data Collection""; "" Threats""; "" Implement and Assess Security Measures""; "" Vulnerabilities""; "" Risk Identification""; "" Likelihood and Impact""; "" Other Risk Analysis Guidance and Methodology""; "" HITRUST""; "" OCTAVE""; "" Choosing a Framework Is Not Permanent""; "" Summary""; ""Chapter 3: Selecting Security Measures""; "" Cybersecurity Frameworks to the Rescue""
  • "" The NIST Cybersecurity Framework"""" Identify""; "" Protect""; "" Detect""; "" Respond""; "" Recover""; "" Implementing Internal Controls Aligned with Subcategories""; "" The Cybersecurity Policy""; "" Measuring the Cybersecurity Program""; "" Capability Maturity Model""; "" PRISMA""; "" Addressing Compliance Requirements""; "" HIPAA Security Rule""; "" Administrative Safeguards""; "" Physical Safeguards""; "" Technical Safeguards""; "" Summary""; ""Part II: Assessing and Analyzing Risk""; ""Chapter 4: Inventory Your ePHI""; "" Take a Step Back and Break Down the Process""
  • "" Healthcare Provider Example"""" Healthcare Plan/Payer Example""; "" Business Associate Example""; "" Create the Asset List""; "" Summary""; ""Chapter 5: Who Wants Health Information?""; "" NIST Threat Guidance""; "" Inputs and Threat Source Identification""; "" Types of Adversaries""; "" State-Sponsored Attackers""; "" Organized Cybercriminals""; "" What Makes These Groups Sophisticated?""; "" Malicious Insiders""; "" Hacktivists""; "" Summary""; ""Chapter 6: Weaknesses Waiting to Be Exploited""; "" Predisposing Conditions""; "" Documenting Vulnerabilities""
  • "" Vulnerability Buckets Based on the NIST CSF"""" Summary""; ""Chapter 7: Is It Really This Bad?""; "" Risk Statements""; "" Likelihood""; "" Impact""; "" Measuring Risk""; "" Creating the Risk Register""; "" Risks Identified to ePHI""; "" Graphical Representation of Risks""; "" Reevaluation of Risks Based on a Chaining of Events""; "" Very High Risks""; "" High Risks""; "" Moderate""; "" Putting These Things into Business Terms""; "" Operational Impacts""; "" Financial Statement Impacts""; "" Summary""; ""Chapter 8: Increasing Program Maturity""
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (303 p.)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781484230596
Level of compression
unknown
Other control number
10.1007/978-1-4842-3060-2
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (OCoLC)1012345129
  • on1012345129

Library Locations

Processing Feedback ...