Industry Specific Solutions

Does your business or organization have the challenge of achieving HIPAA, CIPA, GISRA or GLB Compliance? In today's global environment, it is sometimes difficult to protect your valuable information assests and meet stringent new regulations for data security. Talon Investigation as been in the business of helping organizations protect their valuable information assets for many years. We can help.

Healthcare Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)

Our professionals possess advanced certifications and relevant experience in Healthcare Administration, Privacy Administration, Security Solutions, Training/Education, Program Management, and the development of secure, end-to-end electronic commerce solutions (EDI). Talon offers security services tailored for this particular industry, including HIPAA Assessment services.

An HIPAA Assessment enables healthcare organizations to get a fast, accurate, and in-depth overview of their HIPAA readiness from a security, privacy, and EDI standpoint. Findings are provided in a cost-effective security report customized for their unique environment. The following HIPAA Assessments are available:

  • Healthcare Practice Assessment—Designed for a single-location hospital.
  • Healthcare Enterprise Assessment—Designed for organizations with a primary hospital site, which houses main operations and IT network infrastructure, and has multiple smaller sites.
  • Healthcare Integrated Delivery System Assessment—Designed for a large multi-location hospital or integrated healthcare network that has more than one primary site, such as affiliated hospitals, as well as several smaller sites such as doctor’s offices, clinics, or nursing homes. Each primary site has its own comprehensive operational and IT network infrastructure.

Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA)

Our professionals understand the requirements established by the CIPA regulations. The Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA), was enacted in December 2000, and the FCC's rules implementing it became effective on April 20, 2001. K-12 schools and libraries must be comply with CIPA in order to receive Universal Service Funds for schools and libraries (a.k.a. E-Rate) for Internet access and internal connection products.

Schools and libraries must certify that they have met CIPA regulations, which fall into two categories:

  • Policy and Awareness Programs
  • Technology Protection Measures

Talon’ CIPA Assessment offering is designed to help schools and libraries meet the legislation's requirements. This offering includes three assessment packages designed to meet the needs of a single location school or library, a school district with multiple sites, and a school district consortium consisting of a large community of education professionals.

 

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