Alpine Security Adds DFARS and CMMC Compliance Assessments to Portfolio

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New Solutions Designed to Assist DoD Contractors with Complex DFARS and CMMC Compliance Requirements

DFARS Compliance Assessment
"Our DFARS and CMMC compliance solutions were created to take the confusion out of DoD compliance. DoD contractors want to comply and often need guidance because it’s not their area of expertise. We’re happy to help them comply and keep DoD contracts." - Christian Espinosa, Alpine Security CEO

Cybersecurity training, testing, and auditing experts, Alpine Security, announce the inclusion of DFARS and CMMC Compliance audits to its portfolio. By providing these services to organizations, they help the Department of Defense (DoD) contractors safeguard Covered Defense Information (CDI). The compliance requirements are often complex, and businesses can benefit from third-party expertise.

This set of cybersecurity and compliance solutions aims to help businesses be compliant with DFARS Clause 252.204-7012, NIST 800-171, and CMMC security requirements. The program is set up to take a company through three “evolutions.” Each phase provides them with the insights and practices to mature their cybersecurity models and be proactive against cybersecurity risk.

In Evolution 1, a discovery session takes place to understand the organization’s level of compliance. DFARS CUI (Controlled Unclassified Information) inventory occurs, followed by other assessments of assets and critical systems.

Evolution 2 focuses on remediation with the development of a CMMC Compliance Roadmap and an Incident Response Plan (IRP). This phase also covers Plan of Actions & Milestones (POA&M) with instructions on how to execute them.

In the final Evolution 3, the company performs a final compliance assessment and delivers recommended steps going forward. At the end, organizations have policies, procedures, workflows, and other documentation to support day-to-day operations.

“Our DFARS and CMMC compliance solutions were created to take the confusion out of DoD compliance. DoD contractors want to comply and often need guidance because it’s not their area of expertise. We’re happy to help them comply and keep DoD contracts", Christian Espinosa, Alpine Security’s CEO, commented.

Any business that has concerns around DFARS and CMMC compliance is a good fit for the program. It’s the first step for companies to take to be compliance-ready. To learn more about the audit, visit https://alpinesecurity.com/services/dfars-and-cmmc-compliance-audit/ for details.

ABOUT ALPINE SECURITY

Alpine Security is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) formed in 2014. Founder Christian Espinosa, an expert in the field of cybersecurity, recognized the need for cybersecurity solutions for organizations to be more big picture than simply under the microscope. The company provides cybersecurity training, penetration testing, risk assessments, audits, and more. Learn more at alpinesecurity.com.

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