The Department of Defense (DoD) created the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) to ensure appropriate levels of cybersecurity controls and processes are adequate and in place to protect controlled unclassified information (CUI) on DoD contractor systems.
We help DoD contractors throughout the U.S. navigate the complexities of DFARS, NIST 800-171 Rev. 2, NIST SP 800-172, and now CMMC 2.0.
Our experience allow us to help you navigate the CMMC requirements and assess your current security posture, develop a System Security Plan (SSP), and create a Plan-of-Action & Milestones (POA&M).
You can access our advanced tools that can help you monitor and respond to security incidents.
We can help you remediate any security gaps that are identified during your assessment and create the legal documentation that is required to prove compliance.
By working Foregenix, you can be confident that you are on the path to achieving CMMC compliance.
Regardless of where you are in your compliance journey, our CMMC advisory and assessment services can help you effectively plan and prepare for your CMMC Certification.
CMMC requirements are exacting. Foregenix can help you effectively prepare to become CMMC-Ready. Leveraging our expertise, we know how to prepare for the CMMC Certification Assessment and can guide you through the process. Our suite of services includes:
Among the first group of authorized companies and the first to have CMMC Provisional Assessors on staff, Foregenix is qualified with the CMMC expertise to accurately assess your environment, security practices, and maturity level against the CMMC framework. Foregenix offers the following CMMC assessment services:
In December 2015, the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) published a FAR (Federal Acquisition Regulations) supplement referred to as the Defense Acquisition Federal Regulation Supplement (DFARS). The DFARS is intended to maintain cybersecurity standards according to requirements laid out by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), specifically NIST SP 800-171.
These standards were constructed to protect the confidentiality of “Controlled Unclassified Information” (CUI) and had given DoD contractors until December 31, 2017 to meet the requirements necessary to be classified as DFARS compliant.
Failure to meet these requirements could have resulted in the loss of current DoD contracts. With the deadline now past, all DoD contractors must meet the minimum requirements and show proof to the Department of Defense for all contracts moving forward.
Foregenix has a proven methodology, detailed processes and successful tools to meet your organisation's compliance needs.
By working with us, DoD Contractors can understand NIST 800-171 requirements and take the proper steps necessary towards properly protecting the confidentiality of CUI, to ensure DFARS compliance and good standing with the Department of Defense.
True Cybersecurity Experts, working with a vast array of clients ranging from small retail merchants to complex industrial environments and large international banks.
Remarkable individuals with lifetime of experience as cybersecurity consultants, penetration testers, analysts, developers and engineers for all kinds of industries.
Our people's technical experience coupled with a unique work environment is the foundation of our services: a complex machinery designed to assist our customers avoid disruption while managing risk.
Foregenix has been closely involved with the leading cybersecurity frameworks since its inception, including the Payment Card Industry (PCI), ISO, NIST and several country-specific regulatory bodies, earning a reputation of excellence in every program it participates.
While we insist that experience is what makes the difference on this business, our consultants still hold a myriad of certifications, including PCI, SWIFT and ISO, cloud-vendor specific ones, and more general technology credentials like CSSLP, CISM, CISA, CISSP, and many more.
Truly committed to guiding and helping you secure your operation and achieve compliance.
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The U.S. Department of Defense published the Defense Acquisition Federal Regulation Supplement, known as DFARS, which mandates that private DoD Contractors adopt cybersecurity standards according to the NIST SP 800-171 cybersecurity framework. This is all part of a government-led effort to protect the U.S. defense supply chain from foreign and domestic cyber threats, and reduce the overall security risk of the sector.