Silent Sector brings not only technical experts and compliance professionals, but deep experience in working with the Department of Defense. Armed with industry best practices and proprietary resources, our team will help you achieve and maintain your Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) requirements. Regardless of your CMMC requirement level, our team works to develop a repeatable and cost-effective cybersecurity program to leverage for years to come. Whether you are handling compliance duties yourself or run an entire division, Silent Sector's unique methodology decreases the complexity commonly associated with cybersecurity compliance and accelerates your progress toward business objectives.
If you are seeking to become compliant, don't bother with monotonous compliance dashboards and the tools with false promises of making your company compliant. From our team's years of experience, we have observed that only truly experienced practitioners can simplify the compliance process. Our knowledgeable team can help you achieve CMMC cybersecurity compliance while creating clarity and reducing expenses.
From risk assessments and pre-audit preparation to representation through your CMMC compliance audit and systemizing your annual maintenance process, Silent Sector provides effective solutions tailored to your company's required CMMC level.
Even though Silent Sector is not a CMMC auditor, there are many auditors available in the marketplace. Our professionals handle the meticulous strategic and tactical efforts, getting your company prepared to have a formal CMMC audit. When you are ready for the 3rd party audit, we serving as your expert representation through the audit process. Our commitment is to advance your CMMC compliance initiatives by leveraging our industry proven techniques and expert resources.
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The Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) is requirement for all contractors that work with the DoD, as of January 2020. CMMC ties in with the NIST framework and others, but contains five maturity levels. Each contractor will have to meet a specific level based on their size, industry, sensitivity of information, and criticality to the Department of Defense (DoD) supply chain. The higher the level, the stricter guidelines the company needs to follow. At Level 1, only 17 controls need to be met. For the most part, these controls are based around cyber hygiene, having solid documentation, limiting physical security, and having anti-virus installed. Level 5 is the most complicated with a total of 171 controls which would be considered advanced and progressive in their implementation. The CMMC model is now considered the unified standard for DoD acquisitions, replacing the previously required but rarely enforced, NIST SP 800-171a.