Going into 2022 it’s time to start thinking smarter, not harder, when it comes to your business, and F1 Solutions can help you do that when it comes to your IT department. We are the managed IT service provider you need to be able to focus on other areas of your business, and take it to the next level.
Here are the latest insights into CMMC (2.0):
For most of this year, the DoD, CMMC-AB, and defense contractors were all holding their breaths while the internal investigation ran its course:
Game Changing CMMC News
Today, a report that the Department of Defense commissioned on the Review of CMMC was released. THERE ARE SO MANY THNGS THAT HAVE BEEN ROLLED BACK… READ CAREFULLY!!! There were many GAME CHANGING statements that I will share with you.
IT service companies are becoming more of a priority for enterprises than ever before. Did you know that in 2021 the IT consulting industry is worth $476 billion? IT consulting companies and IT service companies bring specialized knowledge, which is why enterprises are putting their trust in these professionals to get advice about specific problems or existing products.
While recently going through our E&O Insurance and Cyber Insurance renewals we were quite surprised at the depth of the new requirements most carriers and underwriters are putting onto small businesses in Huntsville, Alabama and across the country as terms and conditions of their policy.
I wanted to update you all on the current state of CMMC. My sources have been validated and come from not only those on the AB board but Provisional assessors as well. The Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification’s (CMMC’s) rollout continues but is plagued by bottlenecks and untested assumptions.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to persist, cyberattacks and data breaches are continuing to grow. The pandemic has changed normal work culture and behavior in a variety of ways, and now that we are in our second year of the pandemic, it will continue to do so.
In the United States, national defense is a huge industrial sector, and it is a point of pride for small businesses in Madison and Huntsville to be doing business with the Department of Defense (DoD). Virtually any company can aspire to become a DoD vendor or service provider, as the national defense program deals with a wide variety of businesses in different sectors.
Many industries have regulations that govern how sensitive information is stored, processed, and transmitted. On the top of that list is government contractors working with the Department of Defense. DFARS (Defense Federal Acquisitions Regulation Supplement) and the CMMC (Cyber Security Maturity Model). They have the awesome burden of protecting data that contributes directly to our nation’s security.
Partnering with a managed IT services provider (MSP) is a great way to acquire specialist-level IT support while conserving money and other resources. There are several locally owned, community-based MSPs in Huntsville and Madison, but you’ll also find that there are many out-of-state providers that tout big benefits because of their scope of operations.