Touch Down with NeoSystems at the 7th Annual NDIA New England Cyber Conference, May 10th in Foxborough, Massachusetts
We are proud to announce that NeoSystems is a Gold Sponsor and exhibitor at the 7th annual NDIA New England Cyber Conference hosted at the iconic Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts on May 10th from 6 am to 8 pm EST. This incredible event is an all-day affair meant to provide an opportunity for local New England businesses involved in the defense supply chain to meet cybersecurity industry experts, key government officials, and many other important thought leaders. These representatives will be sharing their invaluable knowledge about the ever-shifting landscape of contract and security compliance, elements that will be essential to the success of any business involved in the competitive and scrutinizing defense industry.
During registration and breakfast (7:30-8:30 AM) or the lunch break (12:15-1:00 PM), stop by our table to learn more about the upcoming, exacting standards of the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) and hear how NeoSystems is helping defense contractors by offering an accelerated, affordable, low risk path to CMMC compliance.
Come to our Breakout session: 1:15-2:15 PM
Come hear our own Vice President, Stuart Itkin, who will be the lead moderator for the impressive panel right after lunch at the North Landing of the stadium: CUI: To Protect It, You Have to Know What It Is. This session will feature a can’t-miss conversation on how controlled unclassified information (CUI) is handled and designated within the bounds of proper compliance. CMMC is currently going through the rulemaking process and will soon be a reality for all businesses that handle CUI. Catch all of expert knowledge from Stuart and the rest of the panel on how CUI will be designated under the new maturity model before it comes out. Get all the important tips on how your organization can properly protect CUI against the ever-growing threat of outside attackers while following the strict boundaries of both the CMMC and NIST standards that regulate it.
We’re excite to sponsor and exhibit at this important conference. We are confident that the attending New England-based organizations will walk away from this event with the exact playbook they will need to tackle the challenging shifts related to cybersecurity in the world of government contracting, they can achieve compliance and maintain compliance.