Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) is here, and it’s time for all Department of Defense contractors and subcontractors to prepare for their audit. CFONE is a Registered Provider Organization (RPO), approved by the CMMC Accreditation Body (CMMC-AB) and bound by a professional code of conduct. The cybersecurity compliance experts on our CMMC-AB Registered Practitioner team can best guide your company through the necessary steps to prepare you for your CMMC audit.
Cybersecurity challenges not only put sensitive data at risk but can also cost a business time, revenue and resources. No one is immune to data loss incidents, and no one is better equipped than CFONE to help your business identify and close gaps that put your organization’s information security at risk. Our expertise is in mitigating security threats.learn more
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CFONE is pleased to announce our approval by the CMMC Accreditation Body (CMMC-AB) as a Registered Provider Organization (RPO). RPOs are authorized to provide CMMC consulting services to companies preparing for their audits and must meet a number of requirements, including a background investigation and signing of a Code of Professional Conduct. Such requirements provide a measure of legitimacy and commitment to CMMC standards in a field otherwise flooded with firms claiming expertise.
The General Services Administration (GSA) will be including Department of Defense (DoD) Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) requirements in the new Polaris small business governmentwide contract (GWAC), the second of GSA’s large contracting vehicles to include them, following 8(a) STARS III. These requirements will be included at the order level, rather than contract level, in order to best serve the needs of GSA’s DoD customers. Growing interest from civilian agencies is anticipated.
Boyce Technologies, Inc., an FDA-approved manufacturer of ventilators during the COVID-19 pandemic, has been attacked with DoppelPaymer ransomware. The ransomware gang has threatened to leak stolen data from the company, including purchase orders, assignment forms and other sensitive data, unless an undisclosed ransom is paid by the firm. DoppelPaymer was also implicated in a March 2020 incident targeting Visser Precision and a June 2020 incident targeting the city of Florence, Alabama.