REMOVE THE WEAK LINK – ENSURE COMPLIANCE IN CYBER SECURITY

A DEADLINE IS LOOMING.

 

 

ATTENTION DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE, GSA AND NASA CONTRACTORS:

 

All Department of Defense (DoD), General Services Administration (GSA) and NASA contractors must meet the Federal Acquisition Regulation  (FAR) minimum cybersecurity standards by December 31, 2017—or risk losing federal contracts.

If you’re like many businesses, you may not know what is expected or even how to get started. Not to worry. The Wisconsin Manufacturing Extension Partnership (WMEP) has assembled a team of leading cybersecurity experts to help ensure you will be compliant with the standards described in NIST Special Publication 800-171.

 

 

 

WMEP’s experienced team has designed a comprehensive four-step cybersecurity program. We will help you gauge your current situation and tailor a plan specifically for your internal capabilities, budget and time sensitivity. Here’s how it works:

STEP 1: DISCOVERY – the professional assessment of your company’s practices related to the new standard. If necessary, a gap analysis will be completed to document the scope to be remediated.

STEP 2: REMEDIATE TO MEET NEW STANDARD – supports all necessary fixes to ensure compliance. This may include updates to firewalls, patches, policy development, employee training, physical security, network configuration, etc.

STEP 3: TEST AND VALIDATE – verifies that all technology and physical security aspects are working properly. A penetration test may be necessary.

STEP 4: MONITORING/REPORTING – establishes ongoing monitoring and scanning of the required enterprise network. Creates a working process to log, remediate and report (as required) cyberattacks.

 

 

DON’T RISK LOSING YOUR BUSINESS! ASK HOW WE CAN HELP.

Contact Jim Sullivan at the WMEP today 608-354-1346 or [email protected] to get started.