HITRUST Certification Proves LuxSci’s Commitment to Protecting Data Privacy and Security

LuxSci, a provider of HIPAA-compliant email communications services based in Massachusetts, has reported that it has gotten HITRUST CSF Certification.

The HITRUST Common Security Framework (CSF) is an all-inclusive, certifiable platform for companies that generate, access, retain, or transmit sensitive and regulated data. The HITRUST CSF includes a prescriptive established of scalable controls that verify several regulations and criteria, such as those of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Security Rule and the ISO/IEC 27000-series.
By means of the integration of federal and state rules, specifications, and systems, and utilizing a risk-based strategy, the HITRUST CSF helps establishments address compliance difficulties and implement safeguards to make sure of the integrity, confidentiality, and availability of sensitive information. HITRUST CSF Certification is the benchmark for security and the most extensively used cybersecurity framework in the healthcare sector.

LuxSci implemented the HITRUST CSF and utilized its concepts and settings to all its fleet of servers that are employed to deliver email, advertising, forms, texting, and web hosting services. LuxSci lately went through an extensive third-party audit versus the HITRUST CSF settings and was verified as having attained HITRUST CSF certified status for information security.

Consumers of service providers like LuxSci need unquestionable proof that their services are HIPAA compliant and implement the necessary steps to protect privacy and security. HITRUST CSF certification gives that evidence.

Getting HITRUST CSF certification demonstrates the priority given to security by LuxSci, according to its CEO and Founder, Erik Kangas. Security is not achieved with just a one-step process. The HITRUST CSF model changes with the security environment and it is best to use it as a criterion for testing and controlling security and compliance.

LuxSci is determined to making sure that its servers stay safe and customer data is protected at all times. By implementing security guidelines, the company will make certain that it consistently retains its HITRUST CSF Certification status and will aid its customers to retain the top standard of security and compliance, although helping them resolve their specific business challenges.

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