Cyber Maturity Assessment (CMA) for DoD Contractors | Improve your Cybersecurity Posture
Arlington is a leading provider of Cybersecurity Maturity Assessments (CMA) to DoD contractors seeking to gain a stronger understanding of their overall cybersecurity posture. Specifically, our CMA process looks broad and deep within an organization, covering a number of prescriptive capabilities for determining just how prepared your organization is in meeting today’s growing cybersecurity threat landscape, and the steps needed to take for strengthening your cybersecurity controls.
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Benefits of Arlington’s Cybersecurity Maturity Assessments
Identifies gaps and other noted deficiencies that require immediate attention.
Determines how mature and how ready your organization is in terms of cybersecurity posture.
Provides leadership with an objective, unbiased view into one’s overall cyber program.
Helps organizations plan, strategize, and implement cybersecurity measures for improved cyber readiness.
Scoping & Gap Analysis
The goal of Arlington’s CMA is to provide a crystal clear snapshot of your current cyber posture, and the steps to take for correcting gaps and deficiencies found during the initial scoping & gap analysis phase. As part of our CMA project kick-off, we’ll determine scope, identify relevant personnel to interview, review your current documentation - and much more. It’s all part of a comprehensive effort to assess the maturity of your current cybersecurity program.
Gaps will no doubt be found as no organization has a picture perfect control environment when it comes to cybersecurity. From missing policies, procedures, programs, and plans to poorly configured security systems - and more - we’ll identify, document, and put in place a proven roadmap for remediating all noted deficiencies.
Documenting the entire CMA process from beginning to end is critical for helping leadership within any organization understand the true value of such an assessment. With Arlginton, we provide regularly scheduled reports while performing the CMA, thus helping ensure transparency and clarity for your organization.
Arlington helps defense contractors stay compliant with today’s demanding DoD security regulations by offering customized information security continuous monitoring programs. A key element within the NIST 800-53 Risk Management Framework (RMF) includes monitoring organizational controls as necessary. Specifically, as defined by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), information security continuous monitoring (ConMon) is “maintaining ongoing awareness of information security, vulnerabilities, and threats to support organizational risk management decisions.”