Solving a Piece of the Compliance Puzzle with Microsoft GCC
CMMC Compliance: Software Is Not Enough
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“Microsoft is an important element in almost every contractors CMMC compliance journey but ultimately, it's only part of the solution to your compliance problem. To avoid overspending and under-complying its critical to solve the whole problem and not be oversold software licensing.”
- Eric Noonan, CyberSheath CEO
Learn what you need before you buy what you don’t.
Software is just part of the compliance puzzle. Microsoft 365 Government Community Cloud (GCC) is the go-to software platform for data security and DFARS and CMMC compliance. But what does your business actually need? GCC High provides the most protection, but for some contractors, it’s overkill. It’s best to know what you really need first in order to avoid overspending on software licenses.
During this webinar we'll discuss:
Where to start.
The right compliance solution that fits your business and the way it operates in order to avoid overspending and under-complying.
What you actually do need.
GCC High licenses are the most costly, and for some contractors, it’s overkill. Whatever the version, software is just a part of the solution.
How to address the whole problem.
110 controls are required for full DFARS and CMMC compliance. GCC and GCC High solve for just a fraction of those controls.
Rich Baron runs Security at CyberSheath and has nearly 10 years of cybersecurity expertise and a passion for sharing that knowledge with others. Starting his career in IT Managed Services, Rich progressed through roles managing infrastructure, networks, servers, security, and cloud environments for Charles IT, Insurity, and McLaughlin Research Corporation. His experience includes leading infrastructure teams, architectural design, executing complex migrations, implementing security controls, security assessments, documenting standards, and driving results.
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.