DoD’s Stacy Bostjanick Joins CMMC CON 2022 for Q&A on Navigating New Requirements
The future of the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) program had been somewhat murky until a timeline was recently revealed by Stacy Bostjanick, Chief of Implementation and Policy for the Department of Defense (DoD). CMMC 2.0 is projected to be required by May 2023, with an interim rule in place by March 2023.
That means defense contractors have less than a year to prepare and achieve compliance so they can win new DoD business. Bostjanick will join CMMC CON 2022 to help the Defense Industrial Base (DIB) navigate the requirements of CMMC 2.0 in a question and answer session moderated by CyberSheath CEO Eric Noonan.
Bostjanick has an extensive career in government acquisition programs. She previously served as the Director of Supply Chain Risk Management (SCRM) for the Office of the Chief Information Security Officer (OCISO), the head of Defense Intelligence Agency’s contracting activity, Senior Contracting Officer for the Missile Defense Agency, and Deputy Procurement Executive with the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.
Register for CMMC CON 2022 to join the conversation with Bostjanick about CMMC 2.0 and what it will mean for the DIB.