How to create a compliance, audit program

When it became difficult for everyone to keep up with internal audit obligations, Diane Kissel, IS risk and compliance manager at the facility, helped create a compliance program.

Kindred Healthcare, based in Louisville, Kentucky, has multiple divisions and a very large information security department. When it became difficult for everyone to keep up with regulatory requirements and internal audit obligations, Diane Kissel, IS risk and compliance manager at the facility, helped create a compliance program.

After her session at Infosec World 2010 in Orlando, she spoke with SearchMidmarketSecurity.com about her challenges, including how to get executive backing and how to calm down an IT staff that may not like the extra attention from the audit team.

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More from InfoSec World 2010:

  • A session panel debated how mobile devices should be used in the enterprise.
  • Michael Assante, security chief of the North American Electric Reliability Corp., says security and IT professionals are the 'new front lines.'
  • This was first published in May 2010

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