Since the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) was introduced back in 2019, many defense contractors have taken different approaches to comply with it. In November 2022, the DoD announced CMMC 2.0, further creating confusion with Department of Defense (DoD) contractors on whether the rule will ever be finalized, what will the rule look like, and what they should be doing to comply with rules.

The Cyber Accreditation Board (AB) has indicated the rulemaking process is now complete and under review. Additionally, Organizations Seeking Certifications (OSCs) are beginning to go through the Voluntary Assessment process. So, does this mean we are getting closer to the rules being finalized and included in contracts?

During this webinar, join Keiter as they discuss:

  • The latest from the DoD, Cyber AB, and others in the CMMC ecosystem
  • The draft CMMC Assessment Process (CAP) document and what it means to OSCs
  • Gleanings from the Voluntary Assessments that began in August 2022
  • Important issues that contractors need to be considering that could cause non-compliance with CMMC

This webinar has been previously recorded and is available for on-demand viewing. Simply fill out the form on this page to gain access to the recording. 

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Scott McAuliffe, Partner


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Chris Moschella, Senior Manager



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