NIST & CMMC Compliance Pitfalls in Manufacturing
There are over 2,700 Texas-based manufacturers here who work on government contracts. They all must comply with CMMC and NIST standards to protect controlled unclassified (CUI) or federal contract information (FCI) by June 2023.
Almost 75% of the DoD supply chain has failed the DIBCAC assessment of their (self-assessments) NIST SP 800-171 control environments.
In this workshop, Darold Tippey – Technical Advisor at TMAC, and Ignyte’s Aaron McCray will share how to avoid pitfalls while implementing CMMC and NIST frameworks and successfully prepare for self-assessment if your manufacturing business is considered critical to the U.S. DoD Supply Chain.
The speakers will share:
- The most challenging CMMC controls unique to manufacturing
- Assessing and scoping the IT environment of a manufacturing business
- Vendor selection process: what to look for in a 3rd party IT provider?
- A recovery plan for NIST & CMMC compliance if self-assessment has failed
Aaron William McCray
CISSP, HCISPP, CISA, CRISC, AWS CP
CDR USNR | Chief Operating Officer
Ignyte Platform, Inc.