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AIM for CMMC CompliancePreparing for the anticipated 2023 DFARS rule changes
|Recorded Jan 25, 2023||Anytime||Your Desk!|
Join us on our upcoming webinar to learn how to prepare for the forthcoming DFARS changes predicted for 2023. CMMC 2.0 is projected to be required by May 2023, with an interim rule in place by March 2023.
To do business with the DoD, you must meet the CMMC requirements. Department of Defense spokesperson and U.S. Navy Commander Jessica McNulty, recently warned contractors, "Once implemented, CMMC assessment requirements will be levied as pre-award requirements, where appropriate, to ensure that DoD contracts are awarded to companies that do, in fact, comply with underlying cybersecurity requirements."
Do not let a lack of preparation stand in the way of your organization's eligibility to earn DoD revenue. No matter where you are in your compliance journey, there are actionable steps you can take to be ready for potential regulation changes.
During this webinar you'll learn:
Leverage SPRS scores for priority setting.
Deploy key technologies such as SIEM, EDR, MFA in the order that provides the greatest ROI.
Utilize SSP, POAMs, SPRS scores to document your progress as you deliver 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.
CyberSheath VP of Compliance
Mr. Lang has over ten years of experience in cybersecurity, business resilience, and information technology from various roles in industries such as defense, healthcare, and retail.
He has expertise in CMMC compliance, security program development and assessment, and has extensive experience in strategically planning security and business continuity programs based upon internationally recognized standards of practice from NIST, ISO, FISMA, and the PCI-SSC.