When:
June 1, 2021 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am
2021-06-01T09:00:00-05:00
2021-06-01T10:00:00-05:00
Where:
Free Online Webinar
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Roza Smagulova - Marketing Specialist
608.512.1010

CMMC Virtual Monthly Coffee Klatch – Free Online Webinar

Join CMMC, WMEP and Enterprise Minnesota Leadership for a Townhall Discussion on the New DoD Cybersecurity Requirements Impacting Manufacturers in the Industrial Midwest

Have a cup of coffee on us! The first five people to register for June 1st Coffee Klatch event will receive a $5 e–gift card from one of our favorite coffee purveyors in Wisconsin and Minnesota.

Any manufacturers who do business with the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) – or plan to – will benefit from this upcoming ZOOM webinar that explains the DoD’s new cybersecurity requirements. CyberNINES will host a panel discussion with leaders from the CMMC-AB, the Wisconsin Manufacturing Extension Partnership and Enterprise Minnesota. June 1, 2021, 9:00 am – 10:00 am CST.

CMMC is a new DoD mandate for any company doing business with the U.S. military that will provide cyber security risk management protections for companies in the military supply chain.

This is your opportunity to dialog with a CMMC-AB Board Member, WMEP and Enterprise Minnesota Directors regarding the following:

  1. CMMC program status
  2. CMMC impact on small business
  3. DoD deadlines for obtaining the CMMC
  4. The benefits of investing in CMMC
  5. Your questions to the panel

Featured Panelists:

SCOTT SINGER – President, CyberNINES – CAPT, USN (retired) – Scott provides expert DOD experience on IT security from both his 30+ years of military and civilian experience. Most recently he was the CIO and VP of Quality at PaR Systems, Minneapolis, since 2010. Scott has in-depth experience with information systems, cyber security, NIST compliance, global quality, export control, and continuous process improvement.

 

 

 

 

 

 

JEFF DALTON – Vice Chairman, Board of Directors of CMMC Accreditation Body Chair, Credentialing & Accreditation Committee Board of Directors of CMMC Accreditation Body President, Broadsword –  Jeff Dalton is Vice Chairman of the CMMC Accreditation Body, and Chair of the Credentialing and Accreditation Committee. Jeff is President and CEO of Broadsword, Certified CMMI Lead Appraiser, Certified APH Assessor, Chief Evangelist with AgileCxO.org., and author of “Great Big Agile: An OS for Agile Leaders”. He is principal author of the CMMI Institute’s “Guide to Scrum and CMMI: Improving Agile Performance with CMMI”. Jeff has served as Chairman of the CMMI Institute’s Partner Advisory Board for three non-consecutive terms, and has held various leadership positions with multiple companies, including Ernst and Young and IntelliCorp.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BOB KILL – President & CEO, Enterprise Minnesota – Bob Kill is president and CEO of Enterprise Minnesota, a Minneapolis-based consulting organization that helps small and medium-size manufacturing companies compete and grow profitability. Bob is recognized as a spokesperson for Minnesota’s manufacturing industry and is regularly quoted in national and regional media on manufacturing trends and industry outlook. He has appeared before the Minnesota State Legislature and the U.S. Congress emphasizing the high value of manufacturing to our economy. Bob received national recognition in 2010 by the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s Hollings Manufacturing Extension Partnership (NIST/MEP), as Group Innovator, for the State of Manufacturing® strategy. In 2011 he was recognized by Twin Cities Business Magazine as “one of 200 Minnesotans you should know”.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TIM WIORA – Executive Director/CEO, Wisconsin Manufacturing Extension Partnership (WMEP) – Tim Wiora is Executive Director/CEO of the Wisconsin Manufacturing Extension Partnership (WMEP), nonprofit organization providing targeted consulting services to small and medium-size manufacturers in Wisconsin. Prior to his current position, Tim Wiora served as the WMEP’s Director of Consulting where he helped the organization grow and generate over $700 million of impact (sales, cost savings, and capital investments) for Wisconsin manufacturers and stakeholders. Tim previously worked as a senior administrative program specialist for the University of Wisconsin-Madison and served as a senior manager and practice lead at Scientific Commercialization in Madison. Wiora spent 11 years as associate director of information systems for Kraft Foods in Madison, and had his own information technology consulting operation, Wiora Business & Technical Solutions, which focuses on small and mid-size manufacturers.