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If you are a business leader for a manufacturer that is part of the U.S. Defense Industrial Base, you are likely awaiting word about the new CMMC 2.0 standards. You may be checking the internet every week to see if there is any news about when they will be released. You may be wondering what the new standards will require of your organization.
I see it all the time. A business gets hacked and comes to an IT provider for a solution. Unfortunately, once a breach occurs, the only solution is remediation. The best advice I can give any business is to put a cybersecurity plan in place before an incident happens.
As a business leader, you have a lot on your plate. Financials, quality, security, compliance, and more! It can be overwhelming.
Cybersecurity and compliance are important building blocks for a healthy IT infrastructure. Some organizations assume that once they have these two elements in place, they have checked the box and their IT environment is secure.