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CMMC/DFARS Compliance

Whether it’s CMMC or DFARS, Mission Multiplier has the expertise you will need to achieve and maintain compliance with industry standards and regulations.

Navigating the path towards regulation compliance can be overwhelming, especially for small- to medium- sized businesses. We have years of experience with these standards and can help your organization every step of the way.

CMMC Compliance

If your organization does work for or with the Department of Defense, you will be required to become compliant with the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) and the practices and processes outlined within it. We have a team full of highly-qualified cybersecurity specialists who will work with your organization to help you achieve full compliance.

How We Can Help With CMMC Compliance

One of the things that sets our approach to CMMC Compliance apart is the time we spend to get to know your organization so that we can meet your unique set of needs. We can help your organization:

  • Determine your current cybersecurity posture and identify areas that may need improvement
  • Understand the CMMC Requirements
  • Navigate the implementation of those requirements
  • Understand how CMMC aligns with DFARS 252.204-7012 and NIST SP 800-171
  • Develop required policies, procedures, and plans
  • Prepare for Assessments with Pre-assessment Readiness Reviews

Start Preparing for CMMC Today

The number of new contracts that contain CMMC requirements will continue to grow exponentially, with the DoD expecting all new solicitations to require CMMC certification by 2026. This rapid roll-out means that the time to start preparing for CMMC and working towards compliance is now! Whether your organization already has a firm grasp on the 110 requirements laid out in the NIST 800-171 or if you’re just starting out on your compliance journey, Mission Multiplier can help you every step of the way. The first step towards CMMC Compliance is easy, just call us!

DFARS Compliance

Do you process controlled unclassified information (CUI) for the government on an internal IT network or system? If you do, you are required to implement and manage to DFARS 252.204-7012 and NIST SP 800-171. It’s a chore. We can help.

From Development to Execution

The first step to DFARS compliance is the development of your Plan of Actions and Milestones (POA&M) and System Security Plan (SSP). The SSP and POA&M make up the “how” and “when” of your strategy to implement security solutions to safeguard CUI.

Development of these artifacts is just the beginning. You then have to execute the POA&M to accomplish the planned actions and remediate any remaining deficiencies. There are 3 main elements to POA&M execution:

  • Implementation – The creation and implementation of policies and procedures will give you and your team members a solid foundation upon which to build a DFARS-compliant system.
  • Technical Installation/Modification – Without the technical mechanisms to maintain security, even the best-laid plan is nothing but that, a plan.
  • Continuous Monitoring and Updating – A static security program is a failing security program. The mechanisms and policies you have in place will need to be monitored so that, over time, they can be properly maintained, reconfigured, and updated to best suit your evolving needs.
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So Much To Do, So Little Time, Such a Simple Solution

Executing planned actions and updating milestones can be a chore, especially if written policies are needed in conjunction with new technical mechanisms.

Mission Multiplier is ready to assist with the hardest parts of this process:

  • Creation of policies and artifacts
  • Configuration of new or existing hardware/software
  • Reviews of your policies once they are in place
  • Performance of routine technical duties such as periodic scanning.

You don’t need to stress about DFARS Compliance. Let us help you along the way.

Giving You the Tools and Information You Need

In addition to helping your organization get a clear picture of where you stand, we also offer a wide array of cyber tools and solutions to help remediate any shortcomings that we may find. If your organization already has tools and solutions in place, we can help to correctly configure and utilize those assets to help you use them effectively. Ultimately, it is our goal to give you all of the information you need to make the best decisions for your business and budget. We will work with your IT staff and stakeholders to make sure that we find the solution that works best for your compliance needs and your budget.

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