Our CMMC compliance services include compliance assessments, compliance gap analysis, and CMMC readiness reviews. By working with Lifeline, our partners offer low-cost CMMC certification services to help your organization achieve the necessary level of cybersecurity maturity for your specific business needs.
Since Lifeline Data Centers has such a long history of compliance and auditing, we are your only choice in becoming CMMC compliant and certified. Lifeline fully understands CMMC 2.0 Compliance and we specialize in providing affordable CMMC certification services to help businesses of all sizes meet the government and cybersecurity requirements of CMMC and other industry-specific regulations and standards. Our cybersecurity consulting services are designed to help organizations achieve the necessary level of cybersecurity maturity for their specific business needs.
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NIST SP 800-171
Lifeline provides CMMC consulting services that help businesses meet the DoD requirements of CMMC and other industry-specific regulations and standards, such as DFARS and NIST SP 800-171. Our cybersecurity audits and compliance gap analysis services help ensure that your organization is fully compliant with the latest cybersecurity regulations and standards.
Compliance Gap Analysis
Lifeline’s CMMC Compliance services team fully understands the importance of delivering effective cybersecurity solutions that meet your specific needs and goals. Lifeline is expert and can work with you to develop and implement a customized CMMC compliance and certification strategy, and develop a compliance gap analysis that meets your specific needs and goals.
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The Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) is a framework designed to assess and improve the cybersecurity practices of defense contractors and subcontractors that handle controlled unclassified information (CUI). The CMMC framework was developed by the US Department of Defense (DoD) to enhance the security of its supply chain and reduce the risk of cyber threats.
The history of the CMMC dates back to 2017, when the DoD established the Defense Acquisition System Cybersecurity (DASC) working group to address cybersecurity risks in the defense supply chain. In 2019, the DASC working group released a report outlining the need for a new cybersecurity framework that would improve the cybersecurity practices of defense contractors and subcontractors.
The report recommended the creation of a new framework that would combine elements of several existing cybersecurity frameworks, including NIST SP 800-171, ISO 27001, and the Center for Internet Security (CIS) controls. The new framework, which became known as the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC), would require defense contractors and subcontractors to undergo third-party assessments to verify their compliance with the framework’s cybersecurity requirements.
The CMMC framework was officially released in January 2020, and a phased implementation plan was established to gradually roll out the framework to defense contractors and subcontractors. Under the phased implementation plan, all new DoD contracts that involve CUI will require a CMMC certification by 2026.
CMMC is gaining in popularity as an alternative to FedRAMP certification, since FedRAMP has become so unworkable and unfair to deal with for industry and government agencies alike.
The CMMC framework is now a key component of the DoD’s efforts to improve the cybersecurity of its supply chain and reduce the risk of cyber threats. The framework is expected to have a significant impact on defense contractors and subcontractors, who must now meet a higher standard of cybersecurity in order to participate in DoD contracts that involve CUI.