CyberSheath offers cybersecurity compliance for federal contractors with Azure

January 25 2022

CyberSheath Services International, a provider of Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) managed services, announced the availability of its Federal Enclave offering. The offering is a Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) compliant enclave, according to the company, that runs on Azure but is deployable in the cloud or on-prem.

Federal Enclave will be available to federal contractors, with the goal of reducing compliance complexity, according to the company.  Federal Enclave follows CMMC v1.02 and v2.0 as well as DFARS 252.204-7012, and is intended to limit the sprawl of unclassified data. It offers fixed prices and self-attestation options.

“The government has shown a clear-eyed commitment to enforcing cybersecurity mandatory minimums and that is why we created the Federal Enclave, to help federal contractors protect and defend their corporate networks and achieve compliance. We’ve made it cost effective for federal contractors to comply with requirements like CMMC and NIST 800-171,” stated Eric Noonan, CEO of CyberSheath.

The Department of Defense was the first cabinet department to roll out cybersecurity minimums in 2020, and currently requires CMMC 2.0 standards.

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