Health Information Management

Connecting information security officers and internal auditors

Briefings on HIPAA, February 1, 2016

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Security officers may sometimes feel that they're asked to do too much with too little. Limitations surrounding staffing, budgets, or resources, or an administration that simply doesn't understand the importance of information security, can make a difficult task even more complicated. In some organizations, information security is a relatively new department and might lack the connections and relationships that more well-established departments rely on for support. Security needs allies. Fortunately, there's one they may already work closely with who is ideally suited: internal auditors.

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