HITRUST redesigns CSF in v11 to increase efficiencies and cyber threat-adaptive assurances

FRISCO, Texas, December 20, 2022– HITRUST, the information risk management, standards, and certification body, will release HITRUST CSF version 11 in January 2023 to improve mitigations against evolving cyber threats, broaden the coverage of authoritative sources, and streamline the journey to higher levels of assurance.

“There is no question that frameworks need to stay relevant with current and emerging threats so organizations can conduct assessments as efficiently as possible and provide practical, yet meaningful, assurances to stakeholders,” said Andrew Russell, VP of Standards, HITRUST. “The investments we’ve made in our AI-based standards development platform have dramatically improved our ability to assess threat-adaptive mitigations, add authoritative sources, and reduce redundancies, allowing organizations to achieve the same level of assurance with less effort.”

The updated CSF can reduce certification efforts by up to 45%.

See the full news release here.