dod, compliance, cmmc

Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) Conference

February

23

Thursday

2023

Register

The Goal Of CUI-CON Is To Prepare DoD Contractors For Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification

What is the conference about?

This conference is about things a Department of Defense (DoD) contractor must do to protect their Intellectual Property (a.k.a., Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI)).

This is a working conference focused on helping Organizations Seeking Compliance.

What is driving this?

The DoD will implement its Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) program beginning ~May 2023. The CMMC Program will require Defense Contractors to be certified to keep working for DoD.

What businesses should attend this conference?

Companies that do business with the Department of Defense have to protect their Intellectual Property (a.k.a., CUI). If your business has:

  • DFARS Clause -7012 in your contracts…
  • Does work for the DoD and has ITAR data…
  • Just started with CMMC efforts…

This conference is for you.

Who from a business should attend?

Optimally, it would be the executive in charge of changing the business’s culture. Implementing CMMC is not an Information Technology problem–it is an executive one that will drive changes to how your business operates.

How will attending help my company?

CUI-CON is bringing experts from across the nation to help your organization address three key questions:

1. What is CMMC and why do I have to do this?

2. How does my organization get ready for a CMMC Conformity Assessment?

3. What tools and methods can we use to get ready?

When is the conference?

The conference runs all day on Thursday, 23 February from 8:15am – 5pm EST and 8am to noon ET on Friday, 24 February.

February 23, 2023 - 1:15 PM 

Presenters:
dod, compliance, cmmc

Matthew Titcombe

dod, compliance, cmmc

Stacy Bostjanick

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