“The defense industry has been clamoring for help as new rules emerge and the risk of losing out on defense contracts and revenue becomes more real.”
Eric Noonan
CyberSheath CEO

Registering for this free training will give you access to five courses covering the Department of Defense (DoD) contractor laws today, specifically, understanding how to identify Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) and the regulations that arise due to its presence. DFARS and the CMMC's primary goal is to ensure the protection of CUI stored in your environment. This training will give you skills to recognize CUI and the steps you need to take to protect it by employing the necessary resources, tools, and policies.  

Each course will end with a quiz that earns you a belt recognizing your skill level, starting from beginner to master once completed. By the end of all five courses, you will be able to assess your compliance, submit your SPRS, understand how to create your SSP and POAMs, and efficiently and cost-effectively implement gaps in compliance. The overall training will position you to manage your compliance as an outcome of day-to-day operations continuously.

Enrollment Period Closed

By completing this form, I consent to receiving calls, texts and/or emails from CyberSheath regarding services and programs. In addition, all registrants will automatically be signed up for CMMC Con 2021.

During the Training, You'll Discover:

  • 5 Courses ranging from beginner through master designed to teach the skills for battling DFARS and CMMC requirements.
    • White Belt: Identifying Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI)
    • Orange Belt: Process of conducting an Assessment
    • Blue Belt: Step by step guide to SPRS submittal
    • Brown Belt: Drafting audit-ready SSP and POAMs
    • Black Belt: Strategically addressing implementation and managed compliance

Anyone looking to prepare for DFARs and CMMC compliance, and specifically, dealing with the identification and protection of CUI that result in the requirements necessary to be bid DoD contracts.