Security breaches in healthcare have been on a steady rise over the past three years with PHI being a prime target. In addition, financial penalties for HIPAA violations have also been increasing, both in terms of number of settlements and civil monetary penalties issued and the penalty amounts. In order to protect the PHI data, healthcare organizations must have a solution that is fast, verifiable, repeatable and secure.
To help customers meet this criteria, Red Hat worked with the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) to develop the Security Content Automation Protocol (SCAP) to enable the automated vulnerability management, measurement and policy compliance evaluation. The leader in open source software offerings, Red Hat teamed with OpenSCAP to deliver the capability to implement compliance as code.
This session will review the OpenSCAP compliance as code offering and how to automate your compliance posture using best practices from Red Hat's healthcare customers.
HIPAA controls and regulations for PHI - what is your responsibility
Employing compliance as code strategy to strengthen security posture
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