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Get compliant and stay compliant.

HIPAA compliance is a complex, ongoing endeavor. If you’ve begun the effort and made progress, congratulations!

ControlScan can help you develop a clear plan for advancing your HIPAA compliance process, and we have the products and service expertise to deliver on that plan. The result? Stronger security, simpler compliance and the peace of mind that your PHI is well-protected.

HIPAA Security Risk Assessment

If you’re looking for a comprehensive review of the threats your organization faces—both natural and man-made—then you need an Security Risk Assessment. ControlScan consultants are well-versed in security best practices and certified in key standards like HIPAA and the PCI DSS. They’ll work with you to deliver a weighted assessment of your risk, allowing you to formulate priorities and plans for your IT organization.

HIPAA Remediation Assistance

You’ve got a long list of compliance gaps. Where do you start? How do you ensure what you’re putting in place will make you stronger? ControlScan’s HIPAA experts partner with you to ensure you have a clear roadmap to HIPAA compliance and a stronger security posture. Whether it’s prioritizing actions and investment or ensuring requirements are crystal clear, ControlScan’s unified approach to security and compliance will help you lay a strong foundation for years to come.

HIPAA Security Awareness Training

The easiest way for an attacker to gain access to your business network is through the weakest link—your employees. The ControlScan Security Awareness Training (SAT) service provides an ongoing program of web-based instruction across the topics that are relevant to your operations. In addition, you’ll have the visibility and control you need to ensure that the program is being followed by all your employees on an ongoing basis.

Security Social Engineering

Your employees and service providers have access to your business and customer data, and credentials to your systems. They’re also likely to be the weakest link in your overall security posture. Is your organization aware of the risks to sensitive data? Are they adhering to your policies and procedures? A ControlScan Social Engineering engagement will test your employees’ understanding of your security and privacy policies, as well as the strength of your facilities’ security controls and procedures.