What is CMMC Compliance?

Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification

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Effortlessly meet CMMC security requirements

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Flexible Dashboards

Customized for NIST / CMMC, help you keep an eye on important metrics to ensure you stay compliant.

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Reporting

Includes ready-to-run compliance reports that can be scheduled, emailed or run on-demand.

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Full SIEM

EventSentry includes log, FIM, AD & network traffic monitoring - in one single product.

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Alert on suspicious processes, malicious network activity, port scans and more.

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Validation

Validate security settings across your entire Windows network against required and recommended settings.

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EventSentry also offers a complete software, hardware inventory along with health monitoring.

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What is CMMC and how is it different from NIST 800-171?

CMMC is a 5-tier DoD (Department of Defense) cybersecurity standard which requires that all DoD contractors and subcontractors meet a minimum security standard. Which tier a contractor has to adhere to will depend on the sensitivity of the contract and whether and how CUI (Controller Unclassified Information) and/or FCI (Federal Contract Information) data is stored, although most contractors will likely need to adhere to level 3 or higher.

CMMC is largely based on NIST 800-171, NIST 800-53 and FAR 52.204-21, but also introduces its own controls. The key difference with NIST 800-171 is that CMMC is both tiered and mandatory. Unlike NIST, companies cannot self-certify and will need to pass an audit before they are considered compliant.

It's estimated that up to 300,000 companies in the U.S. will need to adhere to some level of CMMC compliance. Due to the trickle-down effect, this will include organizations that are not traditionally considered a DoD contractor.

NIST / CMMC

Self-Assessments are no longer enough

Level 1
Basic
17 Practices
Level 2
Intermediate
72 Practices
Level 3
Good
130 Practices
Level 4
Proactive
156 Practices
Level 5
Progressive
171 Practices

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