5 Steps to DFARS Compliance
Stay competitive in the DoD acquisition process and comply with NIST 800-171.
DFARS Clause 252.204-7012 and NIST 800-171 cybersecurity requirements for primes and subcontractors are no longer voluntary with DoD audits underway. Follow these practical and proven steps to achieve compliance and stay competitive with DoD cybersecurity.
Audit ready compliance with DFARS/NIST 800-171 involves much more than documentation and accomplishing it cost effectively for your business requires an approach informed by the experience gained from hundreds of implementations. CyberSheath created this easy to follow 5 Step Guide informed by real world implementation experience to enable you to quickly and efficiently comply and pass any audit.
Download Our 5 Step Guide to Understand:
- Where to start in achieving compliance.
- What documentation is actually required?
- What should your System Security Plan (SSP) include?
- What is a Plan of Action & Milestone (POAM) and how are they best used?
- How can I implement the requirements in a way that is verifiable for a successful audit?
There is no easy way to achieve compliance with all 110 security requirements but there is a practical and efficient way to move beyond product vendor promises and follow a strategy that guarantees long term success.
Don’t delay implementing the NIST 800-171 requirements any longer, download our 5 Steps to avoid penalties and make compliance a documented, automated outcome of day-to-day operation.