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Attention DoD contractors: it’s no longer enough to have a security plan, a playbook, an outsourced vendor or make a claim to have your CUI covered in a “secure” environment. The Cyber Security Maturity Model Certification (CMMC), which combines a selection of security controls from NIST 800-171 and other frameworks, has teeth and is coming for you.
In this webinar, we took a deeper dive on the basic yet intricate certification levels and controls, venture into the technical weeds, and review pre-audit case scenarios. We covered what’s coming in early 2020, including perspectives from legal and industry experts, and ultimately, the reality of what’s right around the corner for the greater GovCon community that there is no way around.
Join NeoSystems, Holland & Knight and Talatek for an insightful discussion on this timely topic.
Mr. Bassett is a senior Cyber Security and Risk Management subject matter expert with over 32 years of experience in all aspects of security and privacy program architecture, design, management, and operations. His experience spans Government, Health Care, Financial Services and other industries and includes risk management, program planning, application and software security, security assessments and audits, and security operations. He built and led a global security consulting practice specializing in security strategy, assessment and testing, and managed security services. He has been the principal advisor to many Fortune 500 and government clients on information systems security, responsible for securing their critical information assets for e-commerce transactions, sensitive health records, and classified military communication. Ed is a U.S. Army veteran and a graduate of Clarkson University where he earned a degree in computer science.
Eric Crusius is an attorney who focuses his practice on a wide range of government contract matters, including bid protests, claims and disputes, compliance issues and sub-prime issues. He regularly counsels companies regarding compliance with various cybersecurity regulatory requirements in the government contracts industry, and has extensive experience in government contract litigation, including successfully prosecuting and intervening in numerous bid protests before the U.S. Court of Federal Claims, Government Accountability Office (GAO), boards of contract appeals and other federal agencies. He counsels clients regarding the Service Contract Act (SCA) and other labor issues, trade agreements, export controls, subcontracting and teaming agreements, and compliance with the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR). In addition, Mr. Crusius represents contractors in investigations, suspension and debarment proceedings, and in federal and state courts.
Johann Dettweiler is TalaTek Director of Operations and Information Security Consultant. As an IT security specialist, Mr. Dettweiler specializes in the Security Authorization phases outlined in NIST SP 800-37. He excels in the areas of risk assessment, strategic planning, and problem solving. Mr. Dettweiler is an experienced project manager, having overseen hundreds of projects with varying scopes and requirements. He brings 16 years of experience across multiple fields of engineering and design. Mr. Dettweiler specializes in developing solution-based work methodologies that meet a range of deadline and budget requirements. His strong background in the research and integration of new technologies enables him to address a vast scope of project demands. Mr. Dettweiler is adept in applying NIST, OMB, FISMA, FIPS, and other federal regulations and requirements associated with information security.
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