Kratos Awarded Contract with Juniper Networks for CMMC Advisory Services
The CMMC is a unified security standard and a certification process developed by the
The SSP captures the security requirements of a system, describes the implementation state of security controls within the system and identifies responsibilities and expected behaviors of all individuals who interact with the system. As such, it is a critical CMMC requirement. The SSP will include a mapping of security controls to NIST SP 800-171 and CMMC security controls. Also included in the award is a Plan of Action & Milestones (POA&M) that will include existing gaps, as identified during the previously completed CMMC Gap Assessment, performed by Kratos.
Consisting of five maturity levels of security practices ranging from Basic to Advanced, CMMC will be phased into DoD RFPs by early 2021. A
Kratos Cybersecurity Services
Kratos has deep experience in security, compliance, government certification and in advising commercial organizations and government agencies on standards requirements. These include CMMC, Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP), Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA), and NIST/Risk Management Framework (RMF). As a leading
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