Bill Spells Out New Factors to Weigh in Setting HIPAA Fines

This Data Breach alert was published at 21.12.2020 21.22 on Data Breach Today.

Measure Passed by Congress Would Require Considering Use of ‘Recognized Security Practices’
Under legislation passed by Congress this weekend that awaits President Trump’s signature, HIPAA enforcers, when considering financial penalties for compliance violations, would need to determine whether an organization had implemented “recognized security practices,” such as the NIST Cybersecurity Framework.

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