Compliance is not an end state
Cyberthreats are omnipresent and constantly evolving. Often overlooked is the fact that you must document and implement a plan to maintain compliance continuously, leveraging internal or external resources. Don’t make the expensive mistake of not accounting for the need to demonstrate compliance on an ongoing basis.
Outsourced compliance management makes sense
Even without the complexities of cybersecurity compliance, overtaxed IT and other understaffed in-house departments often are overwhelmed with their daily work. Adding compliance tasks can end up being a recipe for disaster — a lapse that could allow a major data breach or the loss of a lucrative DOD contract.
Less staff time, better results
It’s been estimated that it can take the involvement of as many as eight employees to properly maintain cybersecurity compliance. The right partner can deliver better security and compliance for under the cost of one employee’s salary. CyberSheath is that partner, with tailored, flat-fee engagements and extensive experience successfully managing security, regulations and CMMC- or DFARS-specific functions for customers.