1 hour 17 minutes
prepping for C MMC. Now see, MMC is a cybersecurity maturity model certification.
The certification is being enacted by the D. O D Department of Defense in 2020.
My name is Bob Ashcraft and I have over 30 years experience within the cyber I T and I t Audit Field
with Cyber Security. I have been a leader in helping companies overcome,
analyze and predict the risk associated to their business model. I have worked with Nest on CRP, which is the community Resilience Panel where we went all through the U S and created the famous NIST SP 800
Siri's 11 90 which was a six step program
to make cities resilient
and also currently they have on Moscow project. And that's machine language for cybersecurity, where they are mapping together Moldable cybersecurity framework from ice Oh,
in this state 153 and also the ice, aka Kobe it cybersecurity framework. I've done all various type of I t risk consulting for various firms going from banking government, financial casino, believe it or not,
and automotive and the university education arena.
why are we having the course? Because it's being enacted 2020 and it is time now.
Four firms and also vendors who work with the contractors who deal with it. A department offense to be able to prepare for CMM. See now
it is not a project that they will go into that is a one day or even one week. It will take months, even up to a year. For some firms to be able to be ready for that certification process.
The course objectives that will be going over today will be
What does it D o D department defense expect? Of not only just the contractors but of the vendors working with the contractors will help you understand about the sea MMC framework, and the current version out
as of today is
Then we'll go over Where is see MMC now today? What's the impact on the firm's and where will the futures
take the contractors with the certification process
and then finally will actually work at the NIST SP 801 71 in which the department defense used to help them map out and create all the various controls for the certification process?