CMMC Quick Bytes Interview: SOC 2 Type II

CMMC QB SOC 2

Application Control – The What and Why- CMMC requires DoD subcontractors to adequately mitigate the risk associated with protection from malicious code at appropriate locations within your IT environment. One way to protect your environment & users to meet this requirement is through application control. In this segment, we’ll explore:

CMMC Interview: Application Control – The What and Why

Application-Control-Interview

Application Control – The What and Why- CMMC requires DoD subcontractors to adequately mitigate the risk associated with protection from malicious code at appropriate locations within your IT environment. One way to protect your environment & users to meet this requirement is through application control. In this segment, we’ll explore:

CMMC 2.0: Level 2 CUI Breakdown

CMMC 2.0: Level 2 CUI Breakdown

Many DoD subcontractors will be required to meet Level 2 compliance under CMMC 2.0 moving forward. While the tiered structure has alleviated some of the challenges associated with 1.0, it’s important to understand the changes to each level and what requirements are still in place.

Code Of Professional Conduct | Snap Tech IT

Code of Professional Conduct

Cyber incidents aren’t for the faint of heart! Learn from Snap Tech IT CEO, Karl Bickmore, how to leverage tabletop exercises to uncover gaps in your recovery process & essential tips that can make or break your response & recovery. Create the muscle memory you need to protect critical data when it matters most!

CMMC 2.0 Self-Assessments Reality| Snap Tech IT

CMMC 2.0 Level 1 & level 2 self-assessment

With the capacity to conduct self-assessments for Level 1 and a subset of Level 2, CMMC 2.0 delivers substantial improvements and sighs of relief to many Defense Industrial Base contractors. While this alleviates a significant load in many ways, there is a downside to these changes.