Talk to a trusted, plain-speaking partner to avoid the most common pitfall in the complex and shifting world of DOD cybersecurity requirements: overpaying for undercompliance.

We’re DFARS/CMMC experts.

We helped write the rules. We’ll help you follow them.

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?

We solve the whole problem.

We are one of the industry’s few one-stop providers.

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.

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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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We provide cost-effective Managed Services tailored to your required CMMC level in a cloud, on-premise or hybrid solution, anchored in proven Microsoft technology.


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CyberSheath’s new Federal Enclave solution creates a “born compliant,” cloud-based “safe deposit box” for DOD project data that meets all NIST SP 800-171, DFARS and CMMC 2.0 requirements without having to overhaul legacy infrastructure. And it can be in place quickly to ensure your eligibility for contract awards.

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