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Rely on the CMMC experts to guide you through the process

Federal government contractors, especially those that sell into the DoD, face a challenging environment. This is especially true for contractors who need to meet the stringent federal regulations for the DoD’s new Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC). We are able to provide compliance services to support organizations seeking Certification (OSC) in the Defense Industrial Base (DIB), including NIST, DFARS, and CMMC assessments and remediation, Compliant SIEM Tool, business continuity & disaster recovery, security incident response plans, multi-factor authentication (MFA), and security awareness training.

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The first step is to conduct a detailed assessment of your current environment. A system security plan (SSP) will be created to document the security measures that need to be put in place, and a Plan of Action and Milestones (POA&M) will outline the action items needed to reach compliance.

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The next step is to address the items called out in the POA&M. This could be as simple as implementing a few minor changes, or as complex as doing an overhaul on outdated systems.

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Compliance Monitoring & Maintenance

Finally, ongoing cyber security monitoring and incident response can be provided by WM Synergy. Cyber incidents must be reported to the DoD within 72 hours, and all systems and controls must be constantly assessed and maintained to remain compliant.

<span>Trusted Experts</span>

Trusted Experts

WM Synergy provides a team of compliance experts with years of experience in cybersecurity who understand the complex needs of government contractors, including CMMC, NIST, DFARS, and ITAR. As requirements continue to evolve, WM Synergy will be with you every step of the way, helping your organization remain fully prepared when new compliance standards emerge.

<span>Eliminate CMMC Compliance Risk</span>

Eliminate CMMC Compliance Risk

Complying with CMMC is not a do-it-yourself proposition. The stakes are high for government contractors, yet most SME organizations lack the necessary resources to manage CMMC certification as an in-house project. WM Synergy will work with you to identify gaps, develop plans and training programs, and implement technology solutions that are designed to be natively compliant with CMMC and other important security standards.

<span>Stay Up-to-Date </span>

Stay Up-to-Date

Federal requirements are always evolving. As new threats emerge and as technology innovation accelerates, the DoD and other federal agencies continue to redefine cybersecurity standards to further harden IT systems and safeguard the information that is vital to national security. WM Synergy’s team of experts will help keep you abreast of proposed changes and ensure you remain ready for whatever may be coming down the road.

Compliance resources when you need them
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RPO Accredited Services

WM Synergy offers its services in partnership with a CMMC-AB Registered Provider Organization (RPO), providing CMMC consulting and support to Organizations Seeking Certification (OSC) in the Defense Industrial Base (DIB).

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Assessment & Remediation

WM Synergy’s team will perform a detailed assessment of your IT landscape and work with you to develop a remediation roadmap to help you reach CMMC compliance as quickly and efficiently as possible.

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Rapid Time to Value

With a range of pre-certified CMMC solutions in their toolkit, WM Synergy can recommend and deploy the best technology to meet your specific requirements, delivering rapid time to value.

Customer Stories
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WM Synergy's client began facing pressure from its primary client to provide evidence of compliance with DFARS and NIST SP 800-171. Their contracts were at risk, and they looked to us for help providing a response on short notice. We stepped in quickly to gather information and developed a System Security Plan (SSP) followed by a detailed plan of action (POA&M). New security measures were implemented, including a log management and auditing solution monitored by our 24x7 Security Operations Center (SOC). They went from concern about their contracts in jeopardy to a strong plan and rapid progress toward NIST alignment in just 8 weeks. A great start for CMMC compliance as well. In order to become CMMC Level 3 certified, contractors will need NIST SP 800-171 Rev 1 as a baseline, so this contractor is well positioned to start the process.

Rosslyn, VA based Defense Contractor