(ISC)²’s Common Body of Knowledge and the HIPAA Security and Privacy Rules

By on

It is no surprise that the security rules of the U.S. 1996 Health Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) appear closely modeled after existing generally accepted information security best practices.

The federal government lawmakers and subject matter experts knew better than to reinvent the wheel. It should also be no surprise that the requirements of the HIPAA security rules are very much aligned with the security fundamentals found in the Common Body of Knowledge (CBK), a compendium of ...

Hi! You've reached one of our premium articles. This is available exclusively to subscribers.

It's free to register, and only takes a few minutes.

Once you sign up you'll have unlimited access to the full catalogue of Australia's best business IT content, as well as a daily news bulletin delivered straight to your inbox.

Register now
Copyright © SC Magazine, US edition

Most Read Articles

Log In

|  Forgot your password?