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Camelot Secure introduces CMMC process

Camelot Secure introduces CMMC process

COLUMBIA, Md. – Cybersecurity company Camelot Secure has revealed its Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) process, which it called "revolutionary."

The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) has established CMMC as a requirement for government contracts; organizations must prioritize securing their information on Defense Industrial Base (DIB) systems. Camelot said that its comprehensive readiness process brings expediency and thoroughness to achieving CMMC compliance.

According to John Sherman, the U.S. Department of Defense chief information officer, “The Defense Industrial Base (DIB) is the target of more frequent and complex cyberattacks. To protect American ingenuity and national security information, the DoD developed the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) program to reinforce the importance of DIB cybersecurity for safeguarding the information that supports and enables our warfighters.”

Camelot said that it offers recommendations to achieve CMMC certification in four to six weeks, with their cybersecurity professionals guiding clients through each step so their company meets the required standards for protecting sensitive information. That CMMC process includes data collection and analysis, reporting, and a technology review with recommendations.

"At Camelot, we are committed to guiding organizations through the complex landscape of CMMC requirements. Our expertise and comprehensive approach make achieving and maintaining compliance efficient so organizations can continue contracting with the U.S. government," said Stanford Oliver, CEO of Camelot.

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