SeaChange Print Innovations Receives HITRUST CSF Certification
MINNEAPOLIS — August 1, 2017 — SeaChange Print Innovations, which has continuously taken steps to mitigate third-party privacy, security and compliance risk, is excited to announce it has earned Certified status by the Health Information Trust (HITRUST) Alliance. SeaChange is one of few printing and fulfillment companies in the U.S. to earn this certification as well as one of the first woman-owned printers to do so.
HITRUST CSF Certified Status confirms SeaChange’s data, secure printing and distribution services (including; Data Services PC’s, Servers, Secure Printing RIP & Distribution System, and SFTP Server) meet key healthcare regulations and requirements for protecting and securing sensitive protected healthcare information.
“We take being entrusted with sensitive consumer data very seriously, especially protected health information,” commented Arin Brown, SeaChange’s chief technology officer. “Achieving HITRUST CSF Certification confirms our commitment to security, as it’s the benchmark that organizations with protected health information use when selecting print and fulfillment vendors for PHI projects.”
HITRUST CSF is an overarching security framework that incorporates and leverages federal (HIPAA and HITECH), state, third-party (PCI and COBIT), and other government agency (NIST, FTC, and CMS) regulations, standards and frameworks. The organization’s risk-based approach helps companies such as SeaChange address these challenges through a comprehensive and flexible framework of prescriptive and scalable security controls.
“Our clients place a great deal of trust in our team when they share sensitive data, and we make earning and maintaining that trust a key focus at SeaChange,” noted Wendi Breuer, SeaChange’s CEO/President. “Everyone from our print specialists to our executive team understands this commitment, and HITRUST CSF Certification is just one confirmation of the stringent efforts we’re undertaking.”
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