|January 5 · Issue #17|
The newsletter from Assurity Drive the all in one military-grade cybersecurity solution for Department of Defense contractors. Assurity Drive covers DFARS 7012/NIST SP 800-171 & Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification compliance and works for any company that needs military grade security.
In 2020, an ambitious Defense Department effort to account for its suppliers’ cybersecurity had many in the community kicking and screaming in tow, but represents a new collective policy thrust that won’t be dismissed.
The Department of Defense announced the first contracts it plans to add new contractor and subcontractor cybersecurity requirements to. The Pentagon aims to integrate Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) requirements to seven pilots contracts by the end of 2021.
In This Article Learn the differences between Federal Contract Information (FCI), Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI), and Controlled Technical Information (CTI) within the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) standard. Figure out which CMMC Level you may be required to meet.
The new standard is rolling out, with many government contractors wondering how they can achieve compliance. Discussing federal compliance with mandated standards isn’t a thrilling prospect for most businesses.
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Note that plenty of citations are at the end of the newsletter, so you can fact-check everything for yourself to understand how critical the timing and your choices are for your business.
In 2020, big changes are coming. The DoD has issued a hard-stop to non-compliant contractors with the CMMC to avoid the Trojan Horse of risk and liability in their supply-chain.
The Assurity Group, LLC Team