Twenty questions service providers should ask their clients before entering into a CMMC engagement.
We are excited to announce the release of the new version of our CMMC 2.0/NIST SP 800-171 Self-Assessment Tool. This version includes automated FAR and Above and SPRS scoring and much more!
The FAR and Above Program provides a risk-based, phased approach to achieving the requirements in NIST SP 800-171.
Documentation templates which can help create a robust cybersecurity strategy. Useful for CMMC, NIST SP 800-171, and more.
Are you looking for a straightforward way to understand what is/isn’t likely to be Controlled Unclassified Information (“CUI”)? Is your prime/mid-tier contractor asking you for copies of your System Security Plan (“SSP”), Plan of Action and Milestones (“POA&M”), 800-171 assessment results, or other information when you didn’t even realize you needed them? We have added CUI and cybersecurity obligation decision trees to the CMMC Information Institute’s collection of free tools. We are also hosting an event on May 7, 2021 at 11:00 AM to discuss the decision trees and help take the mystery out of CUI.
Our free Maturity Level 1 Gap Assessment tool has been overhauled, and now includes the requirements for Maturity Levels 1-3 as per the CMMC Level 3 Assessment Guide. You can download a copy of our tool from our tools page.
The Whitehouse recently issued several Executive Orders which ban certain software, hardware, and services from use by the US Government and its contractors. In addition, the National Defense Authorization Act of 2019 banned hardware manufactured by certain companies. The information is spread across multiple sources, including: Source Link Executive Order 13873 Executive Order on Securing (more…)
Sometimes simple tools can make implementing a structured cybersecurity program more straightforward. We have created equipment labels, that you can create using Avery 5160 labels, which mark equipment with CUI and FCI.
If you have been following CMMC closely, you already know your organization should begin preparing for its CMMC certification now even though CMMC certifications won’t be required in more than a handful of contracts until at least FY2023. By starting early, your organization can build any costs and business changes into your operational plans and (more…)
Our CMMC Maturity Level 1 Gap Analysis tool has been updated to include fields for recording Objective Evidence. Objective Evidence is information that demonstrates that your organization has adequately adopted a specific CMMC practice. The Objective Evidence is presented to the CMMC Certified Assessor or Assessment Team during assessment.