What Does CMMC 2.11 Proposed Rule Mean To DoD Contractors With Only FCI?

When:
February 14, 2024
1:00 PM PST

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Many DoD contracts contain at least FCI (Federal Contract Information) and require documented cybersecurity compliance. CMMC 2.11 proposed rule requires any DoD contractor handling FCI to achieve ‘Basic Cyber Hygiene” by implementing the security requirements set forth in FAR clause 52.204–21 (b) (1) (i) through (b) (1) (xv). We will discuss the requirements, show how to protect them, and show how to document this protection. The Jumpstart program develops policies and forms needed and the ACRMS program creates sophisticated reports that automates the reporting to meet the requirement.

The Jumpstart program develops policies and forms needed and the ACRMS program creates the sophisticated reports such as NIST Risk Assessment, DoDAM Score, and POAM. This SaaS approach is the simplest and most cost effective approach to cybersecurity compliance.

After a comprehensive discussion of the evolution of DoD compliance we will demonstrate the Jumpstart and ACRMS programs

The Presenters will be Jack Kolk, CISSP and CSSLP, President of ACR2 Solutions and Jack Anderson, CMO of Compliance Helper Jack Kolk has more than 25 years of executive management experience in technical sales, product marketing and management in technology companies. He holds CISSP and CSSLP certifications and is a regular speaker on issues regarding privacy, security and how to meet regulatory compliance requirements.

Jack Anderson is a pioneer in Software as a Service in healthcare and transitioned to compliance and accreditation in 2001. He was a founder of Accreditation Helper and Compliance Helper in 2007.

There will be a Q&A session at the end of formal presentations.