CMMC 2.0 Gap Analysis

Contractors and subcontractors in the Defense Industrial Base (DIB) are the target of increasingly relentless and complex cyberattacks. In response to these threats, the Department of Defense requires all organizations within the DIB to be CMMC compliant.

If your organization is ready to begin working towards CMMC 2.0 compliance, start with our CMMC Gap Analysis. This evaluation helps your company map their existing controls to the NIST 800-171 framework. Our CMMC Registered Practitioners™ are trained on the 110 controls required by CMMC and will identify any missing or ineffective controls and practices you may have. These specialists will review your security posture, systems, and policies to determine how far or close you are to meeting your CMMC compliance obligations.

CMMC Readiness

Once your CMMC Gap Analysis is complete, you will receive a report which details the current state of your environment and outlines a clear path towards CMMC compliance. This summary is reviewed with you and includes:

  • the existing security controls you have in place,
  • the state of your security technologies and processes,
  • deficient policies or practices based on your CMMC level requirements, and
  • steps necessary to bring your security posture into compliance.

Attaining CMMC compliance starts with conducting a CMMC Gap Analysis to pinpoint your security deficits. With this information, you will be able to prioritize the gaps and create a plan for remediation. Contact us for more details.

Systems Engineering is not C3PAO assessor and we do not conduct CMMC Compliance Assessments. We provide CMMC Registered Practitioners and security consultants who will prepare your organization for a CMMC audit.