Cybersecurity
programme

Implementing a cybersecurity programme based on the CMMC standard allows us to address 17 key areas of infrastructure and data security. We provide detailed guidelines for companies to develop security profiles no matter the size and severity of the risk. The programme offers a multidirectional approach to cybersecurity and it applies guidelines, norms, and the best practices that are proven to work for the latest security needs.

“Implementing the cybersecurity programme does not include provision of hardware or software, but it guarantees all the support necessary in terms of introducing an efficient and sensible cybersecurity management process in the company.”

Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) is a set of guidelines designed in such a way as to supplement the pre-existing business processes with cybersecurity related features. The model was developed by international organisations and the United States Department of Defence on the foundation of already available norms and standards.

The CMMC is a tool of particular value because it provides an approach to cybersecurity that is tailored to the identified threats. The guidelines and methods described in CMMC can be implemented by organisations of any size because the model allows to tailor the requirements to the current development stage and size of the company.

The aim is to review the present security measures, conduct an impartial assessment of the existing solutions, and to help create a plan for further steps. The CMMC allows a company to develop a suitable strategy so that further development proceeds in line with a systematic process alongside other business priorities.

How do we operate?

A project begins with an audit, analysing the state of the existing technical and organisational safety measures in 17 key areas identified in the CMMC model.

The result of the audit is a report describing the current state of already implemented safety measures and an action plan which is an introduction to implementation of an effective cybersecurity programme. This plan is a detailed roadmap which contains recommendations for the next 180 days and focuses on three key elements: time, cost, and human resources.

Successful implementation of the cybersecurity programme based on the model we offer ensures compliance with requirements of international norms and standards:

  • ISO/IEC 27032
  • ISO/IEC 27001
  • NIST Cybersecurity Framework
  • NIST 800-53
  • NIST 800-171
  • CIS Controls

The cybersecurity programme
accounts for 17 domains

access
control

asset
management

audit and
accountability

awareness
and training

configuration
management

identification and
authentication

incident
response

maintenance

media
protection

personnel
security

physical
protection

recovery

risk
management

security
assessment

situational
awareness

system and
communications
protection

system and
information integrity

The CMMC model measures maturity of a company with five defined levels. An organisation that wishes to attain the next level of CMMC maturity must meet all the criteria of the previous levels. Failure to comply with any one requirement of a lower level results in the overall measured maturity level being lowered.

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