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WEBINAR – SME – Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC)
July 14 @ 8:30 am - 10:30 amNo Fee
In January of 2020 the DoD is mandating a Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) to replace the NIST 800 171. The CMMC is a very extensive certification with five different levels and five different protocols. Our course will explain the details of the CMMC and expectations. We will discuss the five different levels, the cybersecurity protocol at each level and give examples of types of companies that fall into each level. By the time we complete this class, an attendee will know what to expect from the CMMC, what level their firm will fall into, what is the current protocol at their level and how to prepare for it. This is a very important class because contractors without a CMMC certification will be unable to get awarded DoD Contracts.
• Topics Covered:
• What is Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC)?
• What is Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI)?
• How will this affect my firm & what level is my business?
• CMMC Model Level Descriptions
• CMMC Model Structure
• CMMC Schedule & New Updates
Please preregister as the GO TO MEETING LINK will be sent out the day before. Our presenters are with DevilDog Cybersecurity, Subject Matter Experts.
Isaac James is a former investment banker with a long track record of creating successful startups in Colorado. As a serial entrepreneur, he has founded and sold several IT startups in Colorado. These firms included a digital publishing company, a data conversion company, a software company and a cybersecurity company.
Isaac also served in the US Marine Corps and has two graduate degrees that include an MBA and MS in IS & Cybersecurity from University of Colorado. He has an extensive background in business development to include marketing, sales and sales management. He has developed and managed sales teams of up to 30 outside sales reps with annual quotas of up to $17 Million.
Dr. Steve Beaty is the Chief Technology Officer for Devil Dog Cyber. He has a long history of work in cybersecurity. He:
– discovered and helped develop a test suite for an exploit in the DNS protocol with the British National Infrastructure Security Coordination Centre,
– was a technical reviewer for: Building Secure Servers with Linux, Second Edition, SELinux: NSA’s Open Source Security Enhanced Linux, and Building Internet Firewalls, 2nd Edition,
– has appeared on local and national media outlets on cybersecurity over 150 times,
– regularly presents to local community groups and high schools on cybersecurity,
– led the cybersecurity team at the National Center for Atmospheric Research for five years,
– helps coach three CyberPatriots teams,
– has been very involved in the creation of the Rocky Mountain Cybersecurity Consortium,
– created and works on a number of security-related open-source projects include a lightweight, perfect-interaction honeypot, and a Java DNS server that is compatible with DNSSEC, DNS over TLS, and DNS over HTTPS, and
– is the chair of the computer science department at MSU Denver, where he helped create both the bachelor’s and master’s in cybersecurity along with a minor in computer security.