CMMC 2.0: What It Means for Your Business
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"I've worked with the DoD for 14+ years starting with the original public/private partnership in 2008, through DFARS 252.204-7012, NIST 800-171, CMMC and CMMC 2.0. I can tell you from experience that while the acronyms and program names have changed the the fundamental actions to achieve compliance have not. Join me for this webinar on December 15th to get your actionable compliance roadmap detailing what to do and how to do it."
- Eric Noonan, CyberSheath CEO
Register for this upcoming webinar to learn what the recent CMMC-AB town hall meeting, held to present and discuss changes to Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC), means for your business.
The new version, called CMMC 2.0, was presented by the Department of Defense (DOD) as well as the CMMC accrediting body. The biggest takeaway from the meeting is that the revision now mirrors NIST 800-171.
With CMMC 1.0, a large percentage of the requirements mapped directly to this NIST standard. Now, CMMC is explicitly defined by NIST 800-171. As the cybersecurity landscape continues to evolve, any additional controls will be directly put into the NIST standard. In clarifying the foundation for this cybersecurity mandate, it will simplify the process by eliminating any previous mapping to other risk management, ISO, or risk maturity model frameworks.
During this webinar, you will learn:
Key CMMC 2.0 impacts
What recent CMMC changes mean for your business. A few questions we will answer:
- Do I still need to do an assessment?
- How is my SPRS score going to be affected?
- When will this new contractual requirement come into effect?
- How do I know what level I need to be compliant with now?
Where do you go from here
How to use past experience to prepare for the future. Examples to be presented are:
- Vignette of CyberSheath CEO time at one of the top Defense contractors and how they managed and complied with evolving cyber regulations
- CyberSheath's management of current clients' environments to stay in compliance
Mr. Noonan is a respected cybersecurity expert having testified before the House Armed Services Committee (HASC) Subcommittee on Emerging Threats and Capabilities and served on the Council on Cyber Security expert panel to review and update the Critical Security Controls. Prior to founding CyberSheath, Eric was the Global Chief Information Security Officer for BAE Systems plc, based in London. Concurrently Eric served as Vice President and General Manager of North American IT operations, overseeing engineering, architecture, and IT operations support for approximately 39,000 employees.