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CMMC can be complex and constantly evolving. We are here to take this off your plate and give you peace of mind that your data is protected with CyberWatch

Requirements are changing

The Department of Defense has released the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC 2.0) to ensure that proper levels of controls and processes are in place to protect controlled unclassified information (CUI) on all DoD contractor systems. 

 

For contractors not currently in compliance with NIST 800-171, a Plan of Action and Milestones (POAM) can be used to detail a plan to achieve compliance. Under NIST 800-171, POAMs could be used to indefinitely delay compliance. This is no longer the case with CMMC 2.0. Under CMMC 2.0, POAMs are strictly time-limited to 180 days. In addition, many contractors working with CUI will be required to go through a formal assessment by a C3PAO..

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Preparation for CMMC compliance should begin as soon as possible. While many DIB companies may want to wait until all changes are final to start making necessary changes, this is not advised. Not only will this help you avoid the last-minute scramble, but you can proactively plan for the financial responsibility of CMMC.

- National Defense Magazine by Pete Sfoglia

Most solutions are a patchwork compilation of tools, resources and consultation to try and address aspects of CMMC 2.0 Level 2—CyberWatch is different!

CyberWatch provides 24/7 monitoring performed by security experts at the Security Operation Center (SOC) to ensure your business is never vulnerable to attacks. We actively monitor thousands of bad websites, email scams and ransomware to ensure your employees are protected, too.

CyberWatch is a single, comprehensive solution that includes a Compliance with the ability to create and maintain the policies required by CMMC 2.0 Level 2. Furthermore, you get continuous monitoring.

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Get started TODAY and take advantage of the next layer of security beyond a firewall with a single integrated solution to watch your entire network and prepare your organization to be CMMC Ready. Sign up for our CMMC READINESS offering.

 

 

Need more time or have questions. Schedule a free consultation and learn what it will take to get CMMC compliant. 

Don't lose out on contract opportunities because you don't meet the right CMMC level

CMMC 2.0 certification levels range from “Foundational” (Level 1) to “Expert” (Level 3). At a minimum, any company handling Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) will be required to meet the requirements of Level 2. To achieve Level 2, a government contractor must fulfill all 110 of the practices and/or controls specified in the NIST 800-171 standard.

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