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NeoSystems Corporation

CMMC Security Program Services

NeoSystems provides detailed policies, procedures, plans, and records to document how security measures are implemented and maintained.  These include Organization Information Security Policy, System Security Plan, Rules of Behavior, and Incident Response Plan among others.

Critical to your ability to maintain compliance, the NeoSystems security program includes continuous monitoring of systems, regular security assessments, and vulnerability scanning to detect and address new threats and vulnerabilities.

The NeoSystems Security Program is designed, delivered, and maintained with scalability in mind, capable of adapting to changing regulations, technologies, and business requirements. As your organization grows or new threats emerge, the program evolves while helping you maintain compliance.

NeoSystems delivers policies and documentation designed to meet DFARS and CMMC requirements including:

  1. Organization Information Security Policy (OISP) Establishes the organization’s commitment to maintaining a robust information security program. It outlines the organization’s overarching security goals, objectives, and responsibilities for ensuring the security of controlled unclassified information (CUI) and other sensitive data.
  2. System Security Plan (SSP) is a comprehensive document that outlines the security measures implemented for each system or environment that processes, stores, or transmits CUI. It documents the security controls, configurations, and procedures to meet the NIST 800-171 control requirements and safeguard the system.
  3. Rules of Behavior (RoB) Outlines acceptable and expected behaviors for individuals who have access to systems containing CUI. This document emphasizes responsible use, security awareness, and appropriate conduct to prevent insider threats and data breaches.
  4. Incident Response Plan (IRP) Defines the procedures to follow in case of a security incident or breach. It outlines how the organization will detect, respond to, and recover from security incidents, minimizing the potential impact on sensitive data.
  5. Configuration Management Plan (CMP) Describes how the organization manages and maintains the configurations of its systems and devices. It ensures that systems are securely configured and that changes are tracked to prevent vulnerabilities.
  6. Access Control Policy Outlines how access to systems, applications, and data containing CUI is managed. It defines user roles, permissions, and authentication mechanisms to prevent unauthorized access.
  7. Data Protection and Encryption Policy Focuses on the protection of sensitive data, including CUI, through encryption and other protective measures during storage, transmission, and processing.
  8. Security Awareness and Training Plan Outlines the organization’s strategy for educating employees and users about security best practices, potential threats, and their roles in maintaining a secure environment.
  9. Physical Security Policy Addresses the physical security measures that need to be in place to protect physical assets, such as servers and devices, that house or process CUI.
  10. Audit and Accountability Policy Outlines the procedures for logging and auditing activities related to systems containing CUI. It ensures that actions taken on these systems are traceable and accountable.

The NeoSystems security program continually monitors your systems, business changes, technology changes, regulations changes…  and updates your policies to help you maintain compliance with DFARS and CMMC.

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