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Do you process controlled unclassified information (CUI) for the government on an internal IT network or system? If you do, you are required to implement and manage to DFARS 252.204-7012. It’s a chore. We can help.
The first step to DFARS compliance is the development of your Plan of Actions and Milestones (POA&M) and System Security Plan (SSP). The SSP and POA&M make up the "how" and "when" of your strategy to implement security solutions to safeguard CUI.
Development of these artifacts is just the beginning. You then have to execute the POA&M to accomplish the planned actions and remediate any remaining deficiencies. There are 3 main elements to POA&M execution:
Executing planned actions and updating milestones can be a chore, especially if written policies are needed in conjunction with new technical mechanisms.
Mission Multiplier is ready to assist with the hardest parts of this process:
You don’t need to stress about DFARS Compliance. Let us help you along the way.
With Mission Multiplier’s ISSO-as-a-Service offering, companies can now access proven cyber subject matter experts on an on-demand basis to help satisfy the latest cyber regulations, and for a fraction of the price of hiring a full-time information systems security officer.
The Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) is a set of cybersecurity regulations that the Department of Defense (DoD) now imposes on external contractors and suppliers. Do you process controlled unclassified information (CUI) for the government on an internal IT network or system? If you do, you are required to implement and manage to DFARS 252.204-7012. It’s a chore. We can help.