CMMC Compliance: How to Manage Your Digital Supply Chain Risk

CMMC Compliance: How to Manage Your Digital Supply Chain Risk

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Not All Pen Tests Are Created Equal

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Performing a penetration test is a great way to begin preparing for CMMC. Download this white paper to learn what elements you should be using to evaluate your security providers.

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What Do You Want to Learn About?

  • Preparing for CMMC – 1:35 minute mark
  • Digital Supply Chain Security – 13:19 minute mark
  • Third-Party Risk Management – 29:00 minute mark
  • Q&A with the Panelists – 39:56 minute mark

About the On-Demand Webinar

With the growing risk of cyber-attacks, organizations are taking a stern look at their third-party vendors. Ensuring these vendors meet or exceed your security requirements will be essential in maintaining relationships with your clients. This is especially true if your organization works with the federal government.

As the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) program continues to be incorporated into government contracts, managing third-party risk is an excellent start on your compliance journey. During this webinar, TCDI, KnowBe4, and Ward & Smith take a deep dive into:

  • The different levels of CMMC compliance, which is the framework of choice for the Department of Defense (DoD) and Defense Industrial Base (DIB);
  • Ways to secure your digital supply chain; and
  • How to manage your third-party risk.

Don't Forget to Download Before You Go!

Penetration Testing Fact Sheet
Cybersecurity & Forensics Brochure
Cybersecurity & Forensics Brochure
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