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The Road to Compliance

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Compliance affects every aspect of your business. Meeting essential compliance requirements isn't a one-time project — it's an ongoing effort. With new, regularly changing compliance requirements, such as CMMC and NIST SP 800-171, you need a long-term compliance strategy to keep your business on track.

We can provide it. As your Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP), we'll help protect your data, mitigate security risks, and meet Federal / DoD standards. In turn, you can maintain your current contracts — and win new ones. Efficiently go from compliance evaluation to full implementation with a roadmap and experienced team on your side.

  • 1. Evaluate

    Based on your goals and the DoD contracts you're bidding on, this step will determine which level of certification you need to adopt.

  • 2. Identify and Prioritize

    A gap assessment identifies what technologies and processes your company needs to meet the appropriate CMMC- or NIST-level requirements.

  • 3. Solutions

    Evaluate and select the tools that will help you secure and protect sensitive information. 

  • 4. Implement

    In addition to adopting new technologies, compliance readiness demands that practices and processes related to physical security and personnel behavior are in place.

  • 5. Assess

    For companies seeking CMMC compliance, a third-party assessor will conduct an evaluation to determine whether you've successfully met the criteria. 

  • 6. Continuous Monitoring

    Once your network systems are compliant, continuously monitor them to prevent security breaches or incidents.

All DoD contractors that handle Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) or have the DFARS 252.204-7012 clause in a contract must conduct assessments against NIST SP 800-171 to qualify for contract awards, contract extensions, and continued business with the DoD, Prime Contractors, and partners. This is a result of the DFARS Interim Rule that went into effect November 30, 2020.

That means today is time to prepare for your future DoD contracts. Our extensive DoD experience and compliance expertise can help you become contract-ready and successfully navigate your path to CMMC and NIST compliance, whatever your starting point.

Partner with us for the most efficient and effective compliance solutions.


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