NETWORK & DATA SUPPORT
Well-versed in Cloud Computing, B2B Data Migrations, Cyber Security (CMMC), and Data Retention. Helping you secure your data.
Beginning November 30, 2020, Contracting Officers must include the new DFARS 252.2047019 provision and DFARS clause 252.204-7020 in all solicitations and contracts with certain exceptions including solicitations or contracts solely for the acquisition of commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) items.
These will require the DoD supply chain to quantify their current cybersecurity compliance with NIST SP 800-171/CMMC requirements using the NIST SP 800-171 DoD Assessment Methodology.
Pursuant to 252.204-7020, prime contractors may not award a subcontract or other contractual instrument that is subject to the implementation of NIST SP 800-171 security requirements in accordance with DFARS 252.204-7012 unless the supplier has completed a Basic Assessment
We can provide you a Basic Assessment and get you on the path to CMMC certification.
The Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) program is a new set of cybersecurity standards developed by the Department of Defense (DoD) to protect defense contractors from cyber attacks.
We can support your CMMC compliance by ensuring your environment and endpoints are secure. We can set the controls necessary to achieve the desired CMMC level required to compete on government contracts.
Cloud migration involves significant organizational change management spanning people, process, and technology.
Taking a holistic approach will not only help you navigate the journey successfully but also ensure that your organization realizes new benefits—including efficiency, agility, and scale—once your workloads are running in the cloud.
SIMPLIFY YOUR BUSINESS
We can have you migrated to the cloud in no time using our systematic approach to ensure all is migrated without interruption to your daily work. Your team won't even realize they have been migrated and all of your data secured through integrated data retention policies.
Today’s organizations rely on data to fuel their business processes. Whether it’s healthcare, financial services, hospitality, federal government, retail, telecommunications, or education industries, there’s sensitive assets that malicious hackers can – and will – steal.
With the growing amount of data collected by various organizations and industries, it’s no wonder why creating and enforcing a robust data retention policy is necessary.
However, because of the rapidly changing threat landscape and new data privacy laws and regulations, it can be tricky.
Retention labels and policies that apply them
Retention labels are independent, reusable building blocks. The primary purpose of a retention label policy is to group a set of retention labels and specify the locations where you want those labels to appear. Then, admins and users can apply those labels to content in those locations to ensure certain types of data are retained according to company or government policy.