SecureDAM™ solutions for DOD CMMC SMB and Enterprise Businesses

SecureDAM™ CMMC compliance services  SMB is designed to provide the DoD assurance that a DIB contractor can adequately protect CUI at a level commensurate with the risk, accounting for information flow down to subcontractors in a multi-tier supply chain.

SecureDAM™ is an integrated CMMC strategic consultant and platform partner, for  back office services and solutions to enable, run, and secure commercial entities, government contractors, SMB, Edu, and nonprofit organizations. Our team enables companies to improve vital reduce their overhead costs and become compliant with complex requirements. (DOD CMMC, Managed Security). 

Understanding CMMC and the “What” of Managed Security. An in-depth guide for DoD Contractors in preparation for the Cybersecurity Maturity.

If you are not sure where to start, we put together a package with some helpful guidance on how to define CUI DOD CMMC and get on the path to become compliant with NIST 800-171. These step by step guidelines for Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification” (DOD CMMC) program, ensure organizational policies and procedures are followed, and alert management of gaps in policy compliance. This includes risk mitigation strategies and the importance of securing business systems in compliant environments. New Department of Defense cybersecurity regulations are securing the supply chain.

SecureDAN™  Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP) team can help your organization understand CMMC. The CMMC will encompass multiple maturity levels that range from “Basic Cybersecurity Hygiene” to “Advanced”. The intent is to identify the required CMMC level.

Who needs to be CMMC certified;

  1. Selling products for DOD direct or indirect ( 3rd parties).
  2. Manufacture products to sell to  DOD direct or indirect ( 3rd parties).
  3. Selling services to DOD.
  4. DoD software vendors selling to the Federal Government (or vendors in on-prem environment who have performed services for the government and who now have to go into the cloud with those services).
  5. Sell or integrate cloud services on behalf of the Federal Government.
  6. Contractors who use services for internal systems with NIST 800-171 requirements.

SecureDAM™ is a US-based technology company, utilizing best of breed technologies, leveraging in-depth expertise in Cyber Security, Policies, FinTech, Regtech, IPT, PT, DLT Blockchain, Contract Management, Hosting (SOC1/SOC2/NIST/DFARS/CMMC), and Information Technologies.

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The Remediation Plan

A CMMC Readiness Consultant should develop a remediation plan based on the findings outlined in the Readiness Assessment. A remediation plan may involve small, relatively inexpensive fixes to a network and/or its processes, or it may involve more extensive, from the ground up, development of compliant networks and processes that meet today’s cybersecurity standards.

Remediation plans provide detailed documentation of processes that don’t meet today’s standards. Having a well-researched plan also makes it easier for DoD Contractors to make necessary changes to their systems.

Ongoing Cyber Security Monitoring and Reporting

Once the remediation plan is complete and a DoD Contractor’s systems and procedures are compliant with the appropriate CMMC Level, an SecureDAM™ MSSP has the tools and processes in place to monitor, detect, and report on cybersecurity breaches within the DoD Contractor’s systems.

CMMC Audit Readiness in 3 Simple Steps

1. Assessment/SSP/POAM

We perform a detailed assessment Request a Demo of your current network and compare this with the cyber security controls required in NIST SP 800-171. We then prepare an SSP and POAM so that you can provide documented evidence to the DoD or your Prime that you’re on your way towards compliance. This step then serves as the basis for creation of the remediation plan.

2. Remediation

In this step the items called out in the POAM need to be addressed. Depending on the current state of your IT systems, this can be as simple as implementing multi-factor authentication and security awareness training or as complex as refreshing an entire aging infrastructure.

3. Compliance Monitoring & Maintenance

Ongoing advanced cybersecurity monitoring and incident response capabilities are required to remain compliant. If a cyber incident occurs you must notify the DoD through the DIBNet Portal ( within 72 hours. You must also constantly assess and maintain the NIST 800-171 controls over time as systems change and fall out of alignment.

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CMMC  intend to combine various cybersecurity control standards such as NIST SP 800-171 (Rev. 1 & Rev. B), NIST SP 800-53, ISO 27001, ISO 27032, AIA NAS9933 and others into one unified standard for cybersecurity. In addition to cybersecurity control standards, the CMMC will also measure the maturity of a company’s institutionalization of cybersecurity practices and processes.

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*WOSB Small Business Enterprise SBE, DBE and HUBZone located ( Pending certification) with additional certification through platform providers and partners. With an active DOD CAGE number. We are a woman-owned small business (WOSB) certified through SBA, to deliver top-notch performance objectives.