The Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification 2.0 (CMMC) is a cybersecurity compliance standard using NIST-800-171 revision 2 that will be required for current and future federal and supply contracts from defense primes.
Start the Process
Begin the compliance standards allowing regulatory federal industries to verify cybersecurity controls which includes a gap analysis to assess the current network to determine status of compliance and policy documentation.
Progress the Certification
Continue the process with a System Security Plan (SSP) documenting all 110 controls and a Plan of Action & Milestones (POA&M) roadmap required for compliance tracking.
Complete the final step by building a compliance audit trail for the insurance company, customers, and government and getting assistance with Supplier Performance Risk System (SPRS) score calculation.
Cybercrime will rise to more than $10 trillion (LinkedIn)
Cybercrime to top more than $6 Trillion in US dollars globally. This is up from $3 trillion in US dollars in 2015 (Cisomag.com).
Phishing attacks on the rise while email remains that top attack vector for cyber criminals (Proofpoint - 2022 State of the Phish):
Assistance with supplier cybersecurity surveys
Audit documentation guidance
Assist business decision makers on how to approach compliance
Pro-active compliance tracking
Dedicated compliance officer to assist and recommend adjustments along the way
Companies that conduct business with the Department of Defense (DoD) supply chain who need assistance with cybersecurity compliance can apply for grant funding with the University of Michigan Economic Growth Institute Defense Cybersecurity Assurance Program (DCAP) or the Michigan Defense CyberSmart program (MEDC).
Contact [email protected] to get started on the application process.