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Our executives have been involved in the development of every major cybersecurity initiative since 2008. We have completed hundreds of NIST 800-171 assessments and implementations for our clients.

It’s about compliance. Not just software.

Be careful when talking to software-first VAR providers.

Selling Microsoft GCC licenses is how many value-added resellers (VARs) make their money, which can increase your chance of overpaying for compliance. How do you identify a software-first provider?

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We apply our three-stage AIM™ process — Assess, Implement, Manage — to achieve and maintain full compliance with all applicable DOD requirements, at the appropriate level, with a minimum amount of pain.

Get ready for CMMC 2.0

CMMC 2.0 noncompliance will be a deal breaker.

The DOD is expected to include CMMC 2.0 compliance requirements in RFIs, RFQs, PFPs and contracts. Compliance will be a mandate soon. The time to get ahead of it is now.


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We bring deep, specialized knowledge of DFARS/NIST/CMMC requirements to assess existing infrastructure and provide a detailed report of what is needed.



We implement all elements — write all policies, plans and time frames and install all technical controls — required for compliance, on schedule and within budget.



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