Dec

02

NIST 800-171 vs CMMC 2.0: DoD supply chain requirements

Dec 02, 2021

For federal contractors and organizations competing for Department of Defense (DoD) contracts, there are several changes to cybersecurity requirements that you must consider in your security operations and planning.

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Nov

25

CMMC 2.0 is announced – what does this mean for contractors?

Nov 25, 2021

The Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) was introduced as a cybersecurity framework for US defense contractors with the first issue released in January 2020. The aim of the program is to increase resilience against cyber-attacks throughout the defense industrial base (DIB) and it is designed to protect sensitive unclassified information, such as CUI (controlled unclassified information) and FCI (federal contracting information), that the DoD shares with contractors and subcontractors.

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Nov

09

New NIST 800-171 Module for Nipper

Nov 09, 2021

New Nipper module assesses and automates NIST 800-171 compliance for 89% of requirements linked to the core network and provides remediation recommendations within minutes.

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Oct

29

Impact of the Cybersecurity Executive Order on the private sector

Oct 29, 2021

In the wake of major high-profile cyber-attacks, including incidents involving SolarWinds and the Colonial Pipeline, the Executive Order issued by the US President in May 2021 seeks to enhance US national cybersecurity and improve the protection of federal networks.

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Oct

18

Ransomware attacks in 2021

Oct 18, 2021

Cyberattacks are on the rise and ransomware is one of the most prominent threats to an organization’s network security.

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