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InventureIT's CMMC 2.0 Compliance Services

Identify Determine your CMMC Level & the Data You’re Protecting

For defense contractors, determining the right CMMC certification level is relatively straightforward. The 3 levels correspond to the sensitivity of the type of data handled by your business. Just as important as the data type, will be understanding where this information is located (stored), used (processed), and sent (transmitted). This will define the scope of the assessment and includes computers, networks, people, and facilities. 

Level 1, Foundational (FCI: Federal Contract Information): This information is not for public disclosure – If the extent of your sensitive government information is FCI, you can self-certify at Level 1.

Level 2, Advanced (CUI: Controlled Unclassified Information): Processing, storing, and transmitting CUI is the sole determinant for requiring certification at Level 2. You may have only CUI, or you may have both FCI and CUI. In either case, you need to certify at Level 2.

Level 3, Expert: CUI that is deemed critical to national security. At that point, the government leads the assessment.

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Detect Gap Analysis & Security Assessment

Navigating compliance requirements can be challenging, but we’re here to guide you through the process. Our team conducts a detailed analysis of your security structure to detect gaps that pose regulatory or compliance risks to your business. We recommend necessary adjustments, and collaborate with you to ensure a successful CMMC compliance journey, combining technical expertise with interactive discussions on controls. Following the assessment, you will have a full understanding of the cost & time commitment before your business reaches full compliance.

Our CMMC Advisory & Consulting Services

We understand that your organization may have unique needs, and we’re prepared to meet you where you’re at. Our advisory & consulting services give you access to the knowledge & expertise of our trained specialists, with the flexibility to individually tailor your compliance plan. Keep in mind, advisory services differ from our full, hands-on compliance services.

InventureIT CMMC Specialists Can Provide:

Gap Analysis

SPRS Score

Plans of Action & Milestones (POA&M)

System Security Plan

Pre-Assessment

Compliance Management

Respond Implementation Assistance, Remediation, & Support

Armed with the findings from your Gap Analysis, our CMMC specialists can guide you through remediation options to fulfill missing security controls, which encompass both technical and non-technical measures. We provide in-house compliance services & work with an extensive partner network to expedite your remediation timeline. We combine our consulting & IT expertise to provide end-to-end solutions for your security needs.

InventureIT’s Remediation Offerings & Managed Services

One of the benefits of working with our experts for your organizations CMMC compliance needs is in-house remediation. The same company detecting the gaps in your security controls will be the same company offering remediation services to bring you closer to compliance. Check out our full suite of remediation services, encompassing security, IT, and regulatory compliance. If we can’t find a solution in-house, we tap into our extensive partner network to get your organization priority access to vetted services. Either way, InventureIT has you covered.

Vulnerability Management
Managed IT Helpdesk Support
Business Software Management

Protect Pre-Assessment & Assessment Support

Armed with the findings from your Gap Analysis, our CMMC specialists can guide you through remediation options to fulfill missing security controls, which encompass both technical and non-technical measures. We provide in-house compliance services & work with an extensive partner network to expedite your remediation timeline. We combine our consulting & IT expertise to provide end-to-end solutions for your security needs.

Recover Maintaining CMMC Compliance

Preserve your cybersecurity posture with our CMMC compliance monitoring services, rely on our attentive oversight to ensure continuous adherence to the evolving standards, providing your organization with the peace of mind and readiness essential for a dynamic and secure operational environment.

InventureIT's Benefits

Dedicated and Certified Team

InventureIT’s dedicated team of certified professionals are well-versed in the intricacies of CMMC certification. Our experts bring a wealth of experience and expertise to guide your organization seamlessly through the certification process, ensuring compliance and security every step of the way.

Strategic Alliances

Through strategic alliances with industry-leading partners, InventureIT enhances its CMMC certification services by providing access to cutting-edge technologies and additional resources. These alliances enable us to offer comprehensive solutions tailored that meet the unique needs of your organization.

Time and Cost Savings

InventureIT’s streamlined CMMC certification process has leveraged efficient methodologies, helping organizations save valuable time and resources. Our approach minimizes the administrative burden associated with certification, allowing you to focus on your core operations while achieving compliance efficiently and cost-effectively.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Self-assessments (where permitted) will be required on an annual basis. When CMMC certification is required, C3PAO assessment (Level 2) or Government assessment (Level 3), will be required on a triennial basis.

CMMC 2.0 will not be a contractual requirement until the DoD completes rulemaking to implement the program. The rulemaking process and timelines can take up to 24 months. CMMC 2.0 will become a contract requirement once rulemaking is completed (likely 2025).

The organization must perform a CMMC Level 1 self-assessment and submit the results with an annual affirmation by a senior company official into SPRS.

NIST 800-171 is a cybersecurity framework that contains 110 requirements, each of which mitigates cybersecurity vulnerabilities or strengthens an element of the network. CMMC is a mandatory certification process, ensuring defense contractors are compliant with NIST 800-171.

It depends, of course, on the size and complexity of your FCI/CUI environment and how well-prepared your organization is regarding current compliance with NIST 800-171. Think of it as a cost of doing business. Contact us for more information.

CUI is any information that a government agency creates or possesses. It requires safeguards for a contractor to access, which may take various forms such as a law, permit, policy, or regulation.  CUI may be further categorized into two types based on the strength of the safeguards required to protect them: CUI Basic and CUI Specified. CUI Basic still requires protection, but the government doesn’t specify the exact methods. CUI Specified must be protected by specific safeguarding methods provided by the government.

FCI is generally any information given to or generated by a contractor associated with delivering a product or service to the government through a contract. However, it excludes information that the government has released to the public and transactional information needed for payment purposes. “any communication or representation of knowledge such as facts, data, or opinions in any medium or form, including textual, numerical, graphic, cartographic, narrative, or audiovisual.”