Are you ready for CMMC?
Whether you are manufacturer, or a service provider, you may be subject to the new Department of Defense cybersecurity requirement for the US Defense Industrial Base: Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) will be mandatory for any organization that supports the DoD or its supply-chain. As a Registered Provider Organization, we help you prepare for the certification.
CMMC in a Nutshell
The Department of Defense supply-chain is exposed to cybersecurity crime and theft. To remedy the short-comings, the DoD supply-chain has to adopt demonstrable cybersecurity standards encapsulated by CMMC. Those standards are broken to three levels, L1, L2 and L3.
Who is CMMC for? All Department of Defense Contractors, Subcontractors and Entities that Support the Primes
CMMC Preparation - A Mountain we Help you Climb
CMMC is a technically advance cybersecurity assessment and requires care and due diligence. As a certified Registered Practitioner Organization, Ace of Cloud assists companies of all size prepare for the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC). AOC has extensive experience assessing compliance and meeting with the underlying regulatory and cyber security frameworks that make up CMMC, having conducted thousands of assessments based on the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Special Publication (SP) 800-171, 800-53, ISO 27001/270022 and many others.
CMMC Preparation: Step 1
AOC will assess your current state of compliance via policies, procedures and system security plans
Things to Know
SPRS Score Submission to the DoD are Due Now
The DoD requires Prime Contractors and their Subcontractors to submit their Supplier Performance Risk System (SPRS) scores. Have you submitted yours? Incorrect information on your score can potential lead to legal liabilities. Work with us to submit your determine and submit your SPRS score.
GAP Assessment - Develop and Understand
How's your current level of CMMC preparedness compared to the required standard? If you were audited today, what would the auditors find? This is the purpose of a GAP Assessment. Our in-house GAP Assessment tool makes it easy to benchmark your current status and chart a course for full compliance.
NIST 800-171 and CMMC Level 2
CMMC Level 2 requires the same controls as listed in NIST 800-171. This is good news for contractors who are already on their journey for full CMMC compliance.