CMMC Readiness – A Playbook Approach To Cybersecurity Success

If you’re like the numerous amounts of DoD contractors who are required to meet the new CMMC cybersecurity compliance controls, this session is for you.

All DoD contractors are facing new cybersecurity requirements which are designed to formally establish a standard level of cybersecurity protection across the entire defense supply chain for Federal Contract Information (FCI) and Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI). If you are a DoD vendor you will need to develop a “whole of business” approach in order to produce the required cybersecurity capabilities to securely store, process, and transmit FCI and CUI. Our CMMC Playbook is designed to help you align your business and execute smoothly on your path to CMMC.

Join Scott Schlimmer, Senior GRC Consultant and Michael Brooks, vCISO & CMMC Advisor on Thursday, February 18th at 1:00pm ET as they cover: 

  • What the CMMC critical path items are and how you can ensure you’re ready
  • Key insights into the CMMC success factors most critical for your business
  • Lessons learned and insights from recent NIST and CMMC readiness assessments
  • How to ensure your organization is prepared for CMMC success

Scott Schlimmer is a former CIA officer who has advised multinational companies on security and trained their security teams. Scott also co-founded CyberSaint, a leading platform for automated, intelligent cybersecurity risk and compliance. He is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP).

Michael Brooks is a security and compliance executive with over 20 years of experience in developing, implementing, and operating cybersecurity programs for the Department of Defense and private sector clients in numerous industries. He is a retired Air Force officer with experience as both a Chief Information Officer and Chief Information Security Officer. Mike holds an MBA from American Military University and is also a credentialed Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and Project Management Professional (PMP).


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Thursday, February 18th at 1:00pm ET