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On Demand Webinar: Doubling Down for the DOD - How New Cybersecurity Requirements Impact Defense Contractors

If your business holds, or hopes to win, a Department of Defense contract, you'll soon have to demonstrate that you have an information security program in place.

In June 2020, the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) will take effect.  Contractors can expect to see requests for certification appear in all Department of Defense Requests for Proposal; certification will be used as a go/no-go for continued contractual discussions.

This means that the maturity of a contractor's cybersecurity program will be materially relevant to the awarding of DOD contracts.

This webinar will discuss:

  • What is CMMC?
  • Why is it being implemented?
  • How can an organization become certified?
  • How to pay for the certification.
  • Next steps.

Presented by: 

Tetra LogoTetra Defense, formerly Gillware Digital Forensics, is an incident response, cyber risk management, and digital forensics firm helping clients recover and restore from incidents like ransomware, business email compromise and wire transfer fraud. Services range from in-depth forensics investigations of intellectual property theft to the assessment and development of corporate information security programs. With offices in Madison and Milwaukee, the top-priority objectives for the Tetra Defense team are to help organizations get back on their feet after an incident and guide them through the process of building a more secure environment to lessen the risk of incidents in the first place. Tetra frequently works with insurance carriers and some of the nation’s largest and most respected privacy law firms to navigate cyber liability insurance claims and also works directly with businesses large and small to reduce their cyber risk.

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