Clearwater Compliance, a provider of healthcare compliance and information risk management (IRM) services, has introduced Cyber Risk Services (CRS), a new managed solution designed to help chief information officers (CIOs) and chief information security officers (CISOs) in their roles.
“Hospitals are doing more than ever to ensure they continue to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of patient information in this rapidly-changing environment of healthcare transformation,” said Doug Shaw, chief operating and development officer, health forum, the business enterprise of the American Hospital Association.
“Due to the constantly evolving threats to information security, hospital leaders today need a comprehensive, cost-effective approach to safeguard a hospital’s data, systems and reputation, and we are pleased to endorse Clearwater’s latest solution so hospitals can continue their proactive efforts around cybersecurity.”
Clearwater claimed the system addresses and advances all aspects of an organization’s IRM program including governance, people, processes, technology and organizational engagement.
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