MISI announces its DoD Supply Chain Cybersecurity CMMC 2.0 and Cyber Resilience Mission Accelerator Program
MISI has announced a new program designed to assist small businesses with CMMC 2.0 and cyber compliance and resilience. MISI is offering small businesses in Maryland, Georgia, Florida and Virginia highly cost effective virtual coaching, subscriptions to its award winning MSOC security operations center powered by Elastic and periodic red team assessments of the subscribed networks.
The program prioritizes DoD supply chain manufacturers not part of a current Manufacturing Extension Partnership Program (MEP) but also will support other DoD supply chain small and medium sized businesses.
To be accepted into the program candidate companies must meet certain criteria such as dedicating one resource in the company for a minimum of 2 hours a week, must support abs have the capabilities needed to support cyber threat data collection in support of the MSOC SIEM and includes a limited subscription to MISI’s JENSIE cyber threat, compliance and red team cloud based platform.
The limited offer applies to CMMC 2.0 level 1 compliance and provides cyber threat sharing, virtual remediation support and scheduled access to cyber threat analysts and compliance coaches. Companies accepted into the program will be required to pay a discounted one year subscription fee and agree to achieve a better than 80 percent cyber compliance readiness score within the first 7 months of their tenure in the program.
Additional benefits include free access to expert cyber training webinars and conferences curated by MISI and its partners.
The program is limited to no more than 60 companies. For more information email email@example.com
An excerpt from the recent GAO report on the DoD CMMC:
"DIBCAC officials told us that from their experience, few companies generally demonstrate compliance with all requirements during an assessment.
Specifically, according to DIBCAC officials, of the 110 companies DIBCAC assessed between fiscal years 2019 and 2020, about 16 percent satisfactorily demonstrated that they were meeting all requirements.
Those officials later told us that as of October 2021, with data from subsequent assessments, this number had increased to about 22 percent."