In today's defense landscape, information security is a top priority, especially for cleared contractors working with sensitive government data. To ensure compliance with stringent security standards and streamline risk management processes, cleared contractors in industry working towards A&A use the Enterprise Mission Assurance Support Service (eMASS), a government owned web-based application with a broad range of services for comprehensive fully integrated cybersecurity management.
In the fast-paced world of defense contracting, mergers and acquisitions (M&A) can be transformative but also fraught with risks. Arlington, a leading name in risk advisory services, played a pivotal role in ensuring the success of a defense contractor's upcoming M&A endeavor. Our comprehensive due-diligence initiatives covered critical facets of information security, cybersecurity, and data privacy, setting the stage for a smooth and secure transition.
In the dynamic world of defense contracting, startups often find themselves navigating uncharted territory. This is particularly true for a promising new entrant specializing in avionics software. With the Department of Defense (DoD) as their client, the stakes were high, and risk management was critically important. Enter Arlington, a trusted name in risk advisory services for federal contractors.
How a Small Metal Fabrication Federal Contractor Became FISMA Compliant and Earned Authorization to Operate (ATO) for a US NAVY Contract
In the world of federal contracting, meeting stringent cybersecurity requirements is non-negotiable, especially when dealing with agencies as critical as the US Navy. This success story showcases how Arlington, a trusted partner in cybersecurity and compliance, helped a small metal fabrication federal contractor achieve FISMA compliance and secure Authorization to Operate (ATO) for a significant contract with the US Navy.
In an increasingly digital world, the Department of Defense (DoD) relies on a complex network of systems and technologies to protect our nation's security. To ensure the integrity and security of these systems, DoD contractors operating within cleared industry must obtain Authorization to Operate (ATO) status, demonstrating compliance with stringent information security and cybersecurity regulations.