Working with the federal government means maintaining compliance with fluid cybersecurity standards. It can be an overwhelming, confusing, and expensive venture for a business that isn’t familiar with the ever-changing mandates.
CyberSheath’s Federal Enclave can ensure you stay compliant with federal cybersecurity minimums while saving you time and money.
Federal Enclave is both a common-sense approach to protecting data and the most comprehensive Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) compliant enclave. It ensures your users that handle sensitive data always have secure access to an out-of-the-box compliant environment, secured and managed by CyberSheath. Based on Microsoft Azure, Federal Enclave can be situationally deployed on any of Azure’s cloud platforms or on premises.
The Department of Defense (DOD) was the first federal entity to roll out mandatory minimums for cybersecurity with Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) in 2020, and recently released a simplified, updated version with CMMC 2.0. It’s expected that all federal agencies will eventually require cybersecurity compliance for federal contractors, which makes now a great time to get ahead of the curve as you plan future work with the federal government.
Federal Enclave adheres to CMMC v1.02 and v2.0 as well as DFARS 252.204-7012, limits organizational controlled unclassified information (CUI) data sprawl, and controls role-based allowances to CUI.
CyberSheath has helped more than 500 clients discover their compliance starting point and roadmap. Federal Enclave simplifies adherence to the difficult cybersecurity business requirements and puts CyberSheath in your corner to ensure compliance. Register for CyberSheath’s webinar to launch Federal Enclave at 12 p.m. EST on Feb. 23.