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Like many of our clients, if you are heading into your audit season or just looking forward to building a stronger, more efficient security program based on the alarming and increasing trend in ransomware attacks and data breaches, then CyberOne can help. CyberOne engages your people, processes, and technology to build a culture of risk. From good governance to understanding your gaps and putting your risk data to work to make decisions that benefit the business, CyberOne is a single source of truth for your company to govern, protect, and build.
When we discuss compliance with our customers, we always encourage you to start the compliance journey by, first, understanding your risks. Before you take your auditor’s IRL and simply build controls against it, first, decide whether your company has risk in that area. Where there is no risk, there is likely no need for a control. By adopting this approach, you can quickly tailor the scope of your audit to what is relevant to your company only. Our clients estimate that this approach has helped reduce audit time and costs by 30%. You can read about what our clients say about us here on Capterra.
You can build your risk register and manage findings from all your different sources – compliance review, vulnerability scans, pen test, audits, assessments, more. Use our API integration with Nexpose, Nessus, Qualys, AWS, Microsoft to pull your data into CyberOne, and push out the workflow with our own automated notification process, or through Slack or Jira (Engineers love us!). Ultimately, you will see how easy it is to scale and build a security governance, risk and compliance program in CyberOne that is based on your company’s priorities, needs, and objectives. And, we have experts to support you every step of the way.
Start today with our free risk assessment. You can choose from ISO 27001, SOC 2, CMMC, or CAIQ. We will send you an assessment and help you build a roadmap to meet your security objectives.
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Get CMMC Level 1 Certification guaranteed for $5,000
Breaking news! New Department of Defense contractor cybersecurity standards appeared into a government-wide federal contract. This is before language around the new program has officially landed in defense contracts. The Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) was included in the General Services Administration’s $50 billion STARS III contract, posted earlier this week.
CMMC is the new cybersecurity certification standards to be implemented into all DOD contracts over the next five years. All contractors require a minimum of Level 1 certification.
Contact CyberOne for more information on CMMC and Certification options
CyberOne is pleased to provide you with some resources below to help you prepare for and implement CMMC Certification.
CMMC Funding Support for DIBs
CMMC Certification Levels 1-5 explained
CMMC Certification: Where and When to Start
Fedscoop – resource for articles and updates on CMMC, including funding sources, certification steps, and general information.
SmallGoveCon – Legal news for small government contractors
CMMC Main Oversight Body – The Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition and Sustainment (OUSD) provides regular
CMMC Accreditation Body National Conversation Series. These recorded presentations led by the CMMC Advisory Board
(NDISAC) The National Defense Information Sharing and Analysis Center – For information on CMMC implementation at all levels
(DIBSCC) The defense Industrial Base Sector Coordinating Council
National Contract Management Association: NCMA
(NIST) National Institute for Standards and Technology
Undoubtedly, as a DoD or government contractor, you’re beginning to hear more and more about CMMC Certification. CMMC currently only applies to DoD contractors. The broader security community, however, believes CMMC is the wave of the future and likely to be replicated across multiple Federal Agencies in the not so distant future.
If you are in the SMB category, like so many of us, and holding a Federal contract, either directly or through a Prime, you are likely wondering what your next steps should be? Most importantly, you want to know how much it is going to cost and now and in the future. The first set of good news is that most of us only need achieve Level 1 certification. Certification at this level can be achieved for less than $10,000.
That number may still be a heavy lift for some, particularly in light of our uncertain economy and, of course, COVID. More good news! For companies needing to boost their cybersecurity efforts in response to CMMC, there’s hope. The SBA and DOD have tried to provide assistance, where possible, to small business federal contractors. Your local Procurement Technical Assistance Center might have resources available, too.
If you are a manufacturer, there may also be grants available through MEP’s (Manufacturing Extension Partnership Centers) run through the National Institute of Science and Technology (NIST).
Finally, the DOD has announced that cybersecurity costs will be an “allowable cost” under DOD contracts, which could allow small business prime contractors the chance to recover some of the associated compliance costs.
Unfortunately, there are still a lot of “if’s” “but’s” and maybe’s” when it comes to funding and costs for CMMC. You’re best bet then is to find a company that guarantees certification for the lowest price possible.
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