CMMC & DFARS

 

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Ignyte’s purpose-built commercialized end-to-end authorization & attestation technology for organizations looking to go beyond checklists. Our accreditation software applies a structured approach to risk mitigation by assessing the technical impact on business. 

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3 Things you need to know about CMMC

Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) was released by the DoD on 31 January 2020.

The Department of Defense (DoD) is still working to produce additional guidance to support the certification path.

Meanwhile, Ignyte recommends implementing NIST SP 800-171 – a solid base for the CMMC framework.

End-to-end Technology for CMMC Compliance

 

Most small to medium-sized businesses manage NIST SP 800-171 – and now CMMC – implementation ineffectively, through spreadsheets or general-purpose compliance software labeled as CMMC solutions developed within the last 6-9 months to meet requirements for this emerging DoD framework. 

We offer purpose-built accreditation software that has been operating on the market for over 5 years. Ignyte Assurance Platform efficiently manages CMMC & DFARS compliance & risk mitigation requirements. It tackles communication challenges between stakeholders through workflow automation, predictive data insights, and automated monitoring. We’re leveraging our proprietary software with services to create the end-to-end technology solution tailored to your CMMC needs and requirements.

System Security Plan (SSP)

Ignyte Assurance Platform generates NIST-based SSP by identifying all hardware and software installed in your network. This plan also defines Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) and Covered Defense Information (CDI) to help you assess the next steps and security measures for protecting your sensitive DoD-related data. SSP also instructs and trains your personnel on how to administer secure use of the system by identifying audit, maintenance, and incident response process.

Plan of Action & Milestone (POA&M)

Ignyte Assurance Platform automatically creates real-time POA&Ms to track all aspects of your CMMC readiness. The Plan of Action and Milestones (POA&Ms), also referred to as a corrective action plan, is the authoritative agency management tool for documenting the remediation actions of system risk. POA&Ms are used to assist in identifying, assessing, prioritizing, and monitoring the progress of corrective efforts for security weaknesses found in agency programs and systems.

Supplier Performance Readiness Score (SPRS)

As the first step in the CMMC readiness process, Ignyte Assurance Platform can help generate a score based on policies and controls implementation for the self-assessment. As of November 30, 2020, all DoD prime and subcontractors are required to submit scored self-assessments against current NIST 800-171 requirements under the new DFARS Interim rule before being awarded any new contracts.

Basic

CMMC Accreditation Package

 

All you need to kick off your CMMC readiness process. Forget about spreadsheets and inefficient processes, you’ll be able to manage all your cybersecurity needs in one place with an automatically updated system of records and statuses on your compliance readiness.

→ 12 months coverage (one-time fee)
→ CMMC Level Assessment
→ Automated CMMC training
→ Gap Assessment Analysis
→ Basic governance
→ System of records
→ Supplier Performance Score

Full

CMMC Accreditation Package

A tailored package to fit your cybersecurity compliance needs based on the specific pain points that will help you build a sustainable program to meet all CMMC objectives. We don’t just look to fill a software void but identify potential gaps in resources, technology, or understanding your cybersecurity needs.

→ 24 months coverage
→ SSP Reporting
→ Gap Assessment Analysis
→ Defense Contractor Repository System
→ Automated STIG & CCI based implementation
→ SCAP compliant integrated software
→ Integration with common vulnerability management tools
→ Automated evidence gathering through Robotic Process Automation (RPA)
→ Submission to C3PAO & Assessor workflow
→ Authority to Operate (ATO) package builder

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