Under the interim rule issued late in 2015 (DFARS 252.204-7012), DoD contractors including small businesses.
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The requirements are fairly vague but reference documents that do dig into the technical components that are necessary to comply with their two main requirements:
- Must provide “adequate” security to include protective measures for the loss, misuse, unauthorized access to, or modification of information on unclassified information systems.
- Must rapidly report incidents and cooperate with DoD to respond to any security incidents.
Nomotion has produced and is in the process of vetting the process to ensure organizations needing to comply with these requirements do so, in an effective and efficient manner.
Deadline to Get Compliant: December 31, 2017
You still have time, but don’t let linger as organizations with remote branches, and contracts with multiple agencies must be approved by each agency.
Already suffered a breach?
No need to panic. Just make some time soon (real soon) to deal with reporting the incident to the DIB, found at http://dibnet.dod.mil.
General questions to officials ready to help Small to Medium Businesses (SMB’s) here is a list of people ready to help!
U.S. Army – Pamela Monroe
U.S. Navy – Brad Taylor
U.S. Air Force – David Sikora
DCMA – Shelly Thomas
DHA – Dan Duckwitz
DIA – Maria Kersey
DLA – Trish Culbreth
MDA – Ruth Dailey
NGA – Diana Hughes
NSA – Jim Higgins
We don’t list their contact information to protect them from SPAM, however finding it on their agency directory is trivial.Don’t hesitate to drop us a note, let’s get you ahead of the curve in a timely manner!