On September 29, 2020, the Federal Government issued an Interim Rule on cybersecurity requirements that impacts any company (prime or subcontractor) that does business with the Department of Defense (DoD). The Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC), introduced by the Department of Defense (DOD), requires many suppliers and contractors to pass a third-party audit of their cybersecurity readiness or risk losing their ability to compete for and deliver on DOD contracts.
Not sure how your organization will maintain compliance with the new DoD requirements? Leave it to ResoluteGuard.
Your organization will coordinate directly with the ResoluteGuard Team, an independent third-party, to schedule your CMMC assessment. We begin with a NIST 800-171 assessment to measure your organization’s cybersecurity effectiveness. We will help your organization identify possible areas of cybersecurity concern and need for improvement. Then, we’ll build out a security program to meet compliance requirements.
Our services and automated workflow make it easy to:
- Complete the NIST (SP) 800-171 cybersecurity assessment (including all 110 controls)
- Score the assessment based on the government’s proprietary scoring rubric and upload into the federal database (SPRS).
- Generate the required System Security Plan (SSP)
- Produce the required Plan of Action and Milestones (POA&M) also required by the rule, for processes that are not yet met.