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NeoSystems Corporation

CMMC Town Hall – JUL 15, 2020

On-Demand Video: a brief conversation on the latest information regarding CMMC.

Now Available On Demand

Join NeoSystems Chief Information Security Officer, Ed Bassett, and CMMC Accreditation Body Board Director, John Weiler, for a brief conversation about CMMC compliance and preparedness.


John Weiler, CMMC Accreditation Body Board Director

John A. Weiler is a recognized IT Management leader, with four decades of senior IT experience in commercial and defense positions. He also has guided major IT projects with nearly half of the federal agencies and been instrumental in the drafting of FITARA and several NDAA legislative directives. He has been leading champion of Federal IT/Cyber Reforms as Managing Director and CIO at the Interoperability Clearinghouse, a DoD chartered non-profit research institute, and Co-Founder of the IT Acquisition Advisory Council, a public/private “do tank” dedicated to effecting the transformation of Federal IT Management, Acquisition and Governance.

Mr. Weiler has played a leading role in the transformation of Federal IT planning, governance and acquisition, supporting leaders within the White House, Congress, Department of Homeland Security, USAF and Secretary of Defense. Mr. Weiler is the co-author of a leading Agile Acquisition Maturity Model (AAM), established a virtual Solution Architecture Innovation Lab (SAIL) and helped congress draft key IT Reforms including FITARA, ‘10 NDAA Sec 804, and EO13636.  To stay abreast of emerging technologies and their applications, Mr. Weiler is actively involved in over 22 leading industry groups and international standards activities including; IT Acquisition Advisory Council, Object Management Group, NDIA, AFCEA, BENS, and American Council for Technology/Industry Advisory Council (ACT/IAC).

Ed Bassett – Chief Information Security Officer, NeoSystems LLC

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.

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