A Federal contractor developing air-to-surface missile systems for the DoD faced a challenge when it discovered precision issues in its targeting software. Since the missile
A federal contractor handling CUI faced an impending NIST SP 800-171 DIBCAC audit. The contractor knew the importance and challenges of complying with the NIST
An FPGA manufacturer’s basic cybersecurity efforts were spearheaded by their 2-man IT department. With growing security challenges and customers’ demand for privacy and protection, the
An IT company specializing in Vulnerability Management had secured a prestigious contract with a DoD prime contractor. Their primary task involved conducting comprehensive system testing
Microsoft AIP: A University’s Journey to ITAR Compliance Through Effective Labeling of Technical Data
A prestigious university regularly collaborates with a DoD prime on advanced research. This time, the prime contracted the university to help with research on electro-optical
Discover how a defense technology manufacturer overcame data labeling challenges by deploying Microsoft AIP, ensuring seamless integration and minimal disruption to operations.
A federal contractor specializing in data analytics software for the DoD faced challenges with its existing hosting infrastructure, which comprised multiple on-premise data center environments.
What Exactly is CUI (Controlled Unclassified Information) Webinar is a virtual event that aims to provide participants with an understanding of what Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) is and how it affects their organizations. The webinar will cover the basics of CUI, its importance, and how it can be handled by organizations that deal with Federal information. The webinar will be hosted by Cleared Systems and will provide participants with the opportunity to ask questions and gain a deeper understanding of CUI.
Regardless of the kind of data you hold, protecting it is paramount. However, some data requires more protection ad special handling. Data, especially government data, comes with strict requirements for handling, storing, transmitting, and protecting it. For that reason, most contractors and subcontractors migrate to Microsoft Office 365 GCC (Government Cloud Community) High.
Defense Industrial Base (DIB) has become a target of increasingly complex and frequent cyberattacks. To protect the FCI (Federal Contract Information) and CUI (Controlled Unclassified Information), in November 2021, OUSD A&S announced CMMC 2.0. It aims to dynamically improve the DIB cybersecurity to meet the evolving cyber threats, instill a collaborative culture of cyber resilience and cybersecurity, and ensure accountability while reducing barriers to compliance.
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