William Jackson reports:
The Health Information Trust Alliance (HITRUST) announced today the creation of a program to certify IT security products against its Common Security Framework for information.
The CSF Ready program will be guided by a steering committee of major IT security companies and labs. It will develop criteria for independent evaluation of health IT security products and services that will enable compliance not only with the framework but also with federal regulations for handling and securing the sensitive information.
Read more in Federal Computer Week