HIPAA Compliance

Healthcare delivery organizations are subject to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), a US law that protects patient records. HIPAA-covered entities are required to notify authorities of breaches of unsecured protected health information (PHI) and are subject to fines for HIPAA violations.

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What are the HIPAA Compliance Requirements?

HIPAA compliance and cybersecurity are two concepts that work in parallel with each other. Cybersecurity is covered by the Security Rule which falls uner HIPAA’s Title II. Cybersecurity measures protect PHI from unauthorized access, disclosure, or destruction. All organizations handling PHI must have security measures in place that will fulfill HIPAA’s four major rules for compliance.  They are ensuring the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of e-PHI; identify and protect against threats; protect against misuse of information; and ensure workforce compliance.


Improve your understanding of current security risks and prioritization of critical activities


Identification of mitigation strategies and evaluation of potential tools and processes


Define the process for identifying, responding to, and mitigating the impact of cybersecurity incidents.

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How Asimily Supports HIPAA Compliance

Asimily adopts a risk-oriented approach to vulnerability management, empowering customers with the ability to determine how likely it is for a threat actor to exploit a given vulnerability. This informs risk-based prioritization and streamlines resolving business-critical weaknesses in your IoT devices.

Continuous Threat Detection

Asimily empowers you to stay one step ahead of cybercriminals and others who benefit from taking down high-profile targets. With cutting-edge threat detection systems, we provide real-time visibility into your IoT device fleet, enabling rapid response to emerging threats.

Incident Response

Asimily integrates with common network access control (NAC) and firewall solutions. Administrators can quarantine devices, preventing them from communicating with other machines on the network, without interrupting their investigation. During an attack, time is of the essence and responding quickly can prevent an incursion from spreading laterally and causing serious damage.

Disaster Recovery

Asimily baselines optimal performance state with a snapshot to replicate device configurations. Having this snapshot can allow organizations to retain the optimal configuration, saving a tremendous amount of time and providing peace of mind.

How the Change Healthcare Ransomware is Shaping Compliance

This new proposed legislation goes beyond the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), which focuses exclusively on patient data. Warner’s legislation seeks to put in place cybersecurity hygiene standards industry-wide so healthcare providers and the companies who serve them have in place defenses meant to protect their critical systems from an attack like the one currently affecting Change Healthcare. This proposed rule is a recognition that something needs to be done to limit the impact of future attacks.

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What You Should Know about NIST CSF 2.0

Stay ahead of the game by checking out our latest blog post where we break down the recent updates of the NIST CSF 2.0 pivotal framework.

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