Booz Allen understands that cyber health’s challenges require a multidisciplinary approach. The firm’s dynamic cybersecurity model, known as CyberM 3, helps organizations measure, manage, and mature their cybersecurity programs. The model encompasses not only technology and analytics, but business process engineering and human capital development.
The HITRUST CSF and organization assessments will be incorporated as part of the Booz Allen CyberM
offering to healthcare clients.
“Cyber health is the cornerstone upon which successful healthcare evolution rests,” said Fox. “Booz Allen stands ready to help our clients achieve the results they need.”
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The Health Information Trust Alliance (HITRUST) was born out of the belief that information security should be a core pillar of, rather than an obstacle to, the broad adoption of health information systems and exchanges. HITRUST, in collaboration with healthcare, business, technology and information security leaders, has established the Common Security Framework (CSF), a certifiable framework that can be used by any and all organizations that create, access, store or exchange personal health and financial information. Beyond the establishment of the CSF, HITRUST is also driving the adoption of and widespread confidence in the framework and sound risk management practices through awareness, education, advocacy and other outreach activities. For more information, visit
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