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DoD Security Standards & CMMC CyberSecurity Complance.

What is CMMC?

CMMC stands for Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification, the Department of Defense’s new guidelines and certification plan for anyone in the DoD supply chain.

CMMC stands for Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification, the Department of Defense’s new guidelines and certification plan for anyone in the DoD supply chain.

The core of CMMC is built on DFARS and NIST, but while the older standards only require self- assessment, CMMC will have an actual 3rd party certification process.

CMMC takes cybersecurity further and adds to the already robust requirements of DFARS and NIST.

Yes, if you are ITAR registered and working with defense contractors or DoD directly, you will need to comply with CMMC standards. With defense rated programs, everyone in the DoD supply chain will need to be CMMC certified.

Yes, CMMC has level 1 (Basic Cyber Hygiene) to level 5 (Advanced/Progressive). Most corporations doing work for the DoD will need to be level 3 (Good Cyber Hygiene) compliant.

NIST compliance, while a subset of CMMC, will get you a considerable way towards CMMC compliance. There is still work to be done after NIST in order to obtain independent CMMC certification.

Why CybrMotion

Cybersecurity is a necessity that is getting pushed down to every corporation. Becoming a cybersecurity expert and answering hundreds of security questions correctly is not what most people want, or feel comfortable doing.

CybrMotion exists to remove all that stress. We create your policies, design and configure your protection, set up training, answer the questionnaires, register your answers and monitor your cyber-health.

We do our job, so you can do yours.

Don’t feel stressed with the new CMMC standards being instituted. Let us get you ready for your certification test.

How We Get You Compliant

CMMC Certification takes an all-inclusive look at security from different vectors. These vectors include:

Network Security

When most people think of Cyber Security, they think of network security and keeping the bad guys out.

Physical Security

Securing sensitive documents so only appropriate people can view them.

Social Security

Training employees how to handle email links, “harmless” questions from outsiders, and even training people to question putting a thumb drive in their computer.

Workstation Security

From Anti-virus, and Windows patches, to password strength and hard drive encryption.

Policy Security

Corporate adherence to written workplace policies which keeps security consistent across all users and platforms.

8 Steps to Compliance

STEP 1

We analyze your current Cyber Security level. There’s no need to change things that are already working and compliant to CMMC standards.

STEP 2

We identify issues that need enhancements to reach CMMC Level 3.

STEP 3

We build corporate policies to address the ‘Soft’ deficiencies found.

STEP 4

We install/configure technology to address the ‘Hard’ deficiencies found.

STEP 5

We train employees and management on the new written policies.

STEP 6

We register you with SPRS and Exostar.

STEP 7

We work with you to complete all your self-assessment paperwork.

STEP 8

We register your NIST scores and CMMC compliance levels to the accrediting bodies.