Doing Business With the DoD Requires DFARS Compliance

If your company processes Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI), it must comply with Defense Acquisition Regulations System (DFARS) if you conduct business with, or for, the Department of Defense. Those required to register, must submit a System Security Plan, which verifies your compliance. If you are not in compliance, you must submit a Plan of Action & Milestones (POAM) that specifies how you intend to become compliant.

To help with your compliance registration for CUI, Secure Cyber Defense offers a unique tool called Compliance and Planning Engine, or CAPE. It provides the resources you need to implement regulation requirements and more.

We can help you help yourself

CAPE makes developing your System Security Plan including incident response templates, maintenance logs, media control logs, security assessments, and more, easy enough to complete in four to eight hours. Should you require help as you progress, Secure Cyber Defense is available to lend a hand. As a managed security services provider, we understand security assessments, risk analyses, consulting, training, IT staff augmentation and threat monitoring – expertise that has made CAPE a proven resource.

Secure Cyber Defense makes compliance easy

We know the DFARS requirements can seem daunting. However, oftentimes the hardest part is just getting started. With more than twenty years of experience in DoD regulations, our team can help.

Call (937) 388-4405 or fill out our contact form to learn more and get started today!

What do you get?

Each requirement explained in plain language

One or more recommendations to satisfy each requirement

A completed System Security Plan

A completed Plan of Action and Milestones

Custom document templates that satisfy several of the controls including:

– Mobile Device Acceptable Use Policy
– Incident Response Plan
– Risk Assessment
– Media Control Log
– Visitor Log
– Maintenance Log

NIST 800-171 Compliance and Planning Engine Access

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