HIPAA Security Risk Assessment/Risk Analysis Management

The main goal of running HIPAA Risk Analysis is to assess the possible risks and threats to integrity, privacy, and protection of Electronic Protected Health Information (EPHI) and establish the most appropriate safeguards necessary to ensure that they are at an acceptable level.

Privacy Policies Manual & Implementation

Unlike the compliance requirements under the Security Rule, which focuses on the technological security and controls to protect patient information in your computer systems, the requirements to be met under the HIPAA Privacy Rule are more method and process oriented.  These procedural controls form the basis of handling your patients’ information in a manner that assures their privacy is protected even when while it is being used for the vital tasks you perform for them and about them.

Security Policies Manual & Implementation

The main goal of the HIPAA Security Rule is to ensure the protection of Electronic Protection Health Information (EPHI). This also means that it is the mandate of every HIPAA covered entity including federal agencies to be compliant to the HIPAA Security Rule.

HIPAA Contingency Planning

The contingency plan falls under the HIPAA Security Rule 164.308(a)(7)(i) which is under the Administrative Safeguards. The plan addresses the security principle of “availability” which addresses some of the risks and threats related to businesses disruption and ensuring protected information can still be accessed by authorized individuals whenever necessary.

HIPAA Compliance Auditing

HIPAA Audit Controls Standard ensures the establishment of various software, hardware and procedural mechanisms necessary to assess and analyze information system activities using EPHI.

IT Network Protection

T Network is one of the most important elements of any organization and to ensure that your IT network is fully secured and working fine, we will conduct IT Network Penetration testing. This testing consists a process that intentionally attacks your IT Network system with an intention of finding security weaknesses.