We’re excited to announce that 137 Amazon Web Services (AWS) services are certified for the Health Information Trust Alliance (HITRUST) Common Security Framework (CSF) for the 2021 cycle.

The full list of AWS services that were audited by a third-party auditor and certified under HITRUST CSF is available on our Services in Scope by Compliance Program page. You can view and download our HITRUST CSF certification on demand through AWS Artifact.

AWS HITRUST CSF certification is available for customer inheritance

You don’t have to assess inherited controls for your HITRUST validated assessment, because AWS already has! You can deploy business solutions into AWS and inherit our HITRUST CSF certification, provided that you use only in-scope services and apply the controls detailed on the HITRUST website that you are responsible for implementing.

With the HITRUST certification, you, as an AWS customer, can tailor your security control baselines to a variety of factors—including, but not limited to, regulatory requirements and organization type. The HITRUST CSF is widely adopted by leading organizations in a variety of industries as part of their approach to security and privacy. Visit the HITRUST website for more information.

As always, we value your feedback and questions and are committed to helping you achieve and maintain the highest standard of security and compliance. Feel free to contact the team through AWS Compliance Contact Us. If you have feedback about this post, submit comments in the Comments section below.

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Author

Sonali Vaidya

Sonali is a Security Assurance Manager at AWS. She leads the global HITRUST assurance program within AWS. Sonali considers herself a perpetual student of information security, and holds multiple certifications like CISSP, PCIP, CCSK, CEH, CISA, ISO 27001 Lead Auditor, ISO 22301 Lead Auditor, C-GDPR Practitioner, and ITIL.

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