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Lunch & Learn Series

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BorderHawk's  2024 Lunch & Learn Series

Understanding CMMC

Quarter 1 Session - Wedneday, January 24, 2024

11:30 AM - 2:00 PM 
Governors Gun Club, Kennesaw, Georgia

BorderHawk's Managing Director, Jay Harmon, CISM, will provide an educational session about understanding CMMC for small business leaders serving the defense industrial base.

This session will include:

  • The Levels of CMMC
  • When does DFARS 7012 or CMMC become effective?
  • How to determine which level applies to your organization.
  • What does it take to become CMMC Compliant?
  • Where do you start?
  • How long will it take?

Contact Info

Contact our team for more information.

  • 475 E. Main Street, #320
    Cartersville, Georgia 30121
  • Info@BorderHawk.Com
  • 770-607-7384

Please Register for the Lunch & Learn Session for Understanding CMMC

Please register each attendee. We request that you limit your registration to two members of each organization. If you need to register more than two attendees, please email for assistance.

The Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) serves as a required cybersecurity framework and 3rd party assessor certification program. 

CMMC, is also referred to as DFARS 800.171, published by the National Institute of Standards and Technology to support the Department of Defense. 

If your business provides products or services to the Department of Defense (DOD), you are required to comply with the minimum cybersecurity standards set by DFARS specifically focused the protection of federal contracting information. 

However, if you have the DFARS 252.204-7012 clause in your contracts, you are required to meet at least levels 1 and 2 of the CMMC CUI protection requirements.

Determining an organization’s path to CMMC can be a complicated process - and takes into account, your organization, your current cybersecurity program, and the requirements found in your contracts.

There are multiple factors in play and as such, there is no "one size fits all" answer. It's best to work with someone with deep experience talk regarding CMMC requirements, assessment implications and your specific needs.


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