Fortify Sensitive
Defense Information

Long-Term Cybersecurity Agility

When it comes to sensitive and proprietary defense information, it’s important to focus on preparing for evolving threats. The defense and military marketplace will be less and less tolerant of accepting cyber-related risks, as evidenced by the enactment of Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) by the US Department of Defense. This means that companies hoping to do business in this arena will need to promote a culture of cyber resiliency and flexibility.

Certification for CMMC and other standards such as ITAR are concerned with improving the security and surety of information used by federal contractors and subcontractors. Adopting cybersecurity best practices with a defense-in-depth strategy can help protect information—and countries as a whole—both now and into the future.

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Threats Foreign
and Domestic

While there are certainly global campaigns that enable malicious cyber activity country against country, individuals may also enable internal cyber espionage and other threats.

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Complex
Supply Chains

Increasingly interconnected supply chains create more network edges that expose all parties to the deficiencies of the weakest link.

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Response and
Recovery

Attacks are inevitable; defense contractors and subcontractors need a documented response and recovery plan to counteract the effects.

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