NIST SP 800-171 defines the requirements to protect sensitive DOD information. DFARS 252.204-7012 was the first framework, allowing contractors to self-assess and declare compliance. CMMC 2.0 sets multiple compliance levels, requiring third-party certification.

We’re here to guide you through it all.

With CMMC 2.0,
self-certification ends

It stands for Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification, it’s coming soon, and it will be mandatory. CMMC 2.0 is the current set of cybersecurity standards and best practices that will be a go/no-go requirement for competing for and winning DOD contracts, from primes all the way to the smallest subcontractor.

DFARS came first. CMMC 2.0 will eventually replace it. Both are based on NIST requirements. But unlike DFARS, which allows self-certification, CMMC must be certified by a third-party auditor to one or more of three “maturity levels” — Level 1 (Foundational), Level 2 (Advanced) and Level 3 (Expert), based on the sensitivity of project-related information.


A simple process to address
a complex need.


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 timeframes and install all technical controls — required for compliance, on schedule and within budget.



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.


Want to learn more? Dive deeper.


A brief overview of the CMMC 2.0 tiered framework


Details on assessing NIST 800-171 compliance


A brief summary of the implementation process

Managed Services

Ensuring ongoing compliance and data protection

Every solution begins with a conversation.

Contact us today for a no-obligation discussion of CMMC 2.0 compliance, what's required, what you may need and what we can do to provide it. We've helped hundreds of DOD contractors. We can help you.

Join us March 27 at 12pm ET for Understanding CMMC 2.0: Maturity Levels, Implementation Use Cases and Costs a live webinar!
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