A new program will offer preferred terms and conditions from cyber insurers to healthcare organizations and vendors who are or become certified under the HITRUST Common Security Framework (CSF), a platform that supports numerous stakeholder security initiatives.

HITRUST, an industry-supported collaborative, has worked with Willis Towers Watson, an insurance brokerage firm, to educate cyber insurers on how CSF lowers risk and supports the cyber risk underwriting process.

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