White Paper

CMMC 2.0: Jump-start FCI & CUI Protection with Data-centric Zero Trust (Updated Jan 2024)

Jump-start CMMC 2.0 FCI & CUI Protection

Government, defense and defense industry base (DIB) must meet the demands of both the DoD and the critical infrastructure players and map to critical controls laid out in NIST 800-171, NIST 800-53, and the upcoming CMMC 2.0 to adequately protect Federal Contract Information (FCI) and Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI).

Boost CMMC Compliance with a Zero Trust ABAC-Enabled
Approach to Access and Data Protection

In this recently updated White Paper, we will discuss the challenges of implementing the data security requirements laid out in the CMMC 2 Proposed Rule for the handling of FCI and CUI to meet CMMC, NIST, the Zero Trust mandate, and other regulatory requirements.

You will learn:

  • Why traditional security solutions fall short of the data handling data security and access control requirements in the various regulations.
  • Understand the CMMC 2.0 requirements for collaboration of FCI and CUI and how they map to current NIST standards.
  • How to defend and mitigate against data threats coming from inside of your trusted network with a data-centric zero trust model.
  • How Attribute Based Access Control (ABAC) can be used to control access to and apply granular protection to FCI and CUI to meet compliance.

CMMC 2.0 White Paper CoverWho should read this:

  • CMMC Program Leads
  • Defense Contractors
  • C3PAOs
  • IT Teams responsible for SharePoint, OneDRive and File Shares
  • Information Security Teams