Before you begin your journey to CMMC compliance, it’s crucial to bring your subcontractors along with you. Implementing CMMC means that every aspect of your business is compliant — including your own subcontractors. The place to start is by reviewing their System Security Plan (SSP). Need help getting started? Contact us now!
All businesses that contract with the United States Department of Defense will be required to fulfill CMMC compliance. Although CMMC has not been fully rolled out yet, it is YOUR responsibility to align with compliance mandates when the time comes.
Preparing for CMMC can be daunting and complicated. Need help getting started? Contact us today to help make your preparations easy and stress-free.
Completing a risk assessment is an excellent first step to starting any improvement process. When it comes to CMMC, assessing your strengths and weaknesses will help you prioritize your energy and funds, especially when time is of the essence. Not sure how to get started? Contact us for assistance.
**Attention: Calling all DOD contractors!**
CMMC is just one part of maintaining your DOD contracts. You also need to ensure you meet other prerequisites, such as the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation System (DFARS) rules and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) framework.
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You are not alone if you’re concerned about not being compliant with CMMC. Thousands of businesses like yours are in the same boat and don’t have the faintest idea where to start. CMMC is complicated, especially when attempted without guidance. But the newly released CMMC 2.0 makes it easier.
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Even Federal Contract Information (FCI) – not just the technical specifications – must be protected according to the Department of Defense. Along with business procedures, your data collection and protection policies should also comply with the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC).
Depending on the nature of your business, your data may need various types of security protocols that match other certifications as well, such as CMMC’s prerequisite, NIST 800-171.
Businesses working for the DOD will be required to comply with CMMC. It might sound like just another compliance regulation, but it will force your company to adopt stricter security measures. This, in turn, can potentially increase your business’ resilience to attacks, reduce cyberthreats and help avoid disasters in the future.
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If your company relies on DOD contracts to stay in business¬¬, keep reading. All businesses working along the DOD supply chain will be required to earn CMMC 2.0 compliance. Failure to do so will cost your company future contracts. If the DOD is your prime customer, this could potentially paralyze your business.
Don’t put off preparation until it’s too late. Contact us today to learn more.
Without CMMC compliance, your business can lose the opportunity to continue its contracts with the DOD. With 300,000 other companies working for the DOD, these contracts are heavily sought-after and can be quickly granted to another company.
If you lose your contract, what will happen to the future of your business?
If you are a business working for the DOD, you are probably already familiar with the CMMC compliance regulation.
However, before beginning the compliance process, you must prove adherence to NIST 800-171 guidelines. Contact us today to find out how we can help.