New HHS Guidance Combats Cyber Threats in Healthcare08/05/2019
New HHS Guidance Combats Cyber Threats in Healthcare
A Q&A with Reece Hirsch of Morgan Lewis
Late last year, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) released voluntary cybersecurity standards that help bring the HIPAA Security Rule into focus and up to date with current cyber threats. The new guidance could also have implications for the way “reasonable standards” are legally defined going forward. We spoke with Reece Hirsch, co-head of the Privacy and Cybersecurity practice atMorgan Lewis, about the guidance and its advantages for healthcare organizations.
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