Today, CYBERONE SECURITY is delighted to share this post about the re-emergence and importance of SOC 2 Certification for business, from Cheri Hotman-MBA, CPA, CISSP, Owner Principal of Hotman Group. In this article, Cheri discusses the impact of SolarWinds on cybersecurity practices and the subsequent value and affordability of SOC 2 Certification to accelerate the sales pipeline and demonstrate comprehensive security and privacy practices. #AICPA #SOC2 #compliance #cyberattack #cybersecurity #grc #CyberOne
for achieving Certification at some point in the future…
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Whether you’re a Formula 1 expert or Learner driver on the Information Security Certification Super Highway (!), you should be aware of the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification — CMMC. If you are a Federal Prime or Sub-contractor, and, more to the point, if you are a DIB (Defense Industrial Base) Contractor, you might be lost on that Highway right now! Never fear! No need to download anymore “free guides to CMMC Certification” (like, errr. this one!)
As a consumer-human, or company that has or uses personal information, you may be surprised/skeptical/afraid (opt-in or opt-out accordingly — that’s a privacy joke!) to hear this… Have no fear, or, actually have fear, and from fear there will come no fear, if this is done right! Fear is healthy. It prompts caution, which is the path to security. For example, if you have read the latest from Mr. …
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Have you completed and submitted your CMMC required 800–171Control Self Assessment and SSP to the SPRS?
Federal contractor or subcontractor? Are you currently exploring, or getting lost among the CMMC Certification landscape?
Today, we provide a step-by-step guide, and, affordable solution for each step in the process.
Let’s begin with the landscape…
Who requires and who needs CMMC Certification?
How do we get it?
How do we maintain it?
How do we build a budget for it?
What is the CMMC required NIST 800–171 Control Self Assessment and SSP for SPRS?
WHO, WHAT, WHEN, WHERE…
Author: Steven (Ryan) Corbin, Software Engineer at Virescit Tactical Systems
“Ransomware” and “data breach” have quickly become common terms throughout the realm of Cyber Security, and data is becoming the currency of the 21st Century. Companies’ data storage is constantly under attack by bad actors, looking to turn vulnerabilities into profit. Recently we have seen attacks that have resulted on losses of data and intellectual property through misconfigured databases and Virtual Private Networks (VPNs). Kraken group, a cyber-crime threat actor, has been selling a script to exploit misconfigured databases1.
CyberOne can help you automate and achieve and maintain CMMC Certification with complete confidence. We can provide you and/or your supply chain with a NIST 800–171 Assessment, and our best in class SaaS GRC automation platform comes with policy templates mapped to CMMC, control build and implementation guidance, and the CMMC regulatory controls pre-crosswalked to NIST 800–171, 800–53, CSF and CIS v7.0. Contact us for more information.
The interim rule also includes a clause for adding CMMC as a requirement in a DoD contract beginning on November 30, 2020.
It seems like it’s that time of year again, or should I say, “when isn’t it that time of year” for auditors. My team has been busily working with a number of clients on readiness and surveillance audit preparation for SOC 2, ISO 27001 and in some cases both — not for the faint of heart, unless you have a tool like CyberOne of course (forgive the shameless plug)!
Your audit requirement for a risk management program is that it provides a comprehensive evaluation of risk and issue management, requiring you to demonstrate management of all known risks and issues…
Your Risk Treatment plan documents your organization’s response to identified threats and your methodology or process behind making those decisions. It is, therefore, different or specific to each organization, but here are some keys to implementation that should work for all of us.
When correctly implemented, your plan will both help you identify which battles to fight (first). It is highly unlikely that you will be able to implement controls for every identified risk to your organization. Rather, you will need to prioritize and to do this, here are the key steps to follow: