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How Companies Should Prep for CMMC

The Defense Department's Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification is nearly finished, and its release with a list of accrediting bodies is imminent. But while companies...

PubK Cyber Cafe for May 29, 2018 [Podcast]

A biweekly podcast covering the government response to cybersecurity threats and trends, including federal and international laws and regulations, government oversight, and cyber in...

GSA Publishes Guidance on New Rules Banning Chinese Telecom Equipment

The General Services Administration has published a guide intended to help contractors comply with new regulations banning the use of technology from certain Chinese...

PubK Cyber Cafe for April 30, 2018 [Podcast]

A biweekly podcast covering the government response to cybersecurity threats and trends, including federal and international laws and regulations, government oversight, and cyber in...

Coronavirus Spread May Affect CMMC Implementation Efforts

It's unclear whether government and commercial precautions to stop the spread of coronavirus will affect the roll out of the Defense Department's unified cybersecurity...

PubK Cyber Cafe for May 14, 2018 [Podcast]

A biweekly podcast covering the government response to cybersecurity threats and trends, including federal and international laws and regulations, government oversight, and cyber in...

DNI Apparently Has Granted DoD a Limited Temporary Waiver of Section 889 Implementation

Government contractors have been closely watching developments in the implementation of Section 889 of the National Defense Authorization Act for FY 2019, which bans...

5 Things You Should Know: CMMC

CMMC has been a hot topic for federal government contractors of late, for good reason: once CMMC is rolled out, contractors under a particular...

Will the GDPR Apply to U.S. Government Agencies?

Though the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation applies to both public and private entities, the U.S. government will likely rely on ad-hoc agreements to meet some of its obligations instead of fully complying. In theory, agencies such as the Departments of State or Homeland Security could fall under the terms of the GDPR, but Karen […]
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What Should Defense Contractors, Subcontractors, and Suppliers Consider as CMMC Implementation Begins?

Malicious cyber activities by state and non-state actors threaten the defense industrial base and have become an ever-increasing threat to our national security.  As...