What are the consequences of not meeting cybersecurity compliance requirements (specifically CMMC)?
  • Loss of contract opportunities: If your business fails to meet CMMC requirements, it may not be eligible to bid on DoD contracts that require a specific CMMC level.
  • Legal and financial penalties: Failure to meet CMMC requirements can result in legal action and fines, which can be costly for businesses. Additionally, a cybersecurity breach resulting from non-compliance can also lead to financial losses due to data breaches, business disruption, and reputational damage.
  • Termination of existing contracts: If a company fails to meet CMMC requirements, the DoD may terminate any existing contracts.
  • Reputational damage: Failure to meet CMMC requirements can result in reputational damage, which can impact a business’s ability to win new contracts and retain existing clients.
  • Inability to compete: In the long run, failing to meet CMMC requirements can severely limit a business’s ability to compete in the federal marketplace, as more and more government contracts require CMMC certification.
What is the cost of compliance?

The cost of compliance depends on the number of locations, number of employees, previous certifications held, support staff employed, and amount of on-premises technology deployed. We pride ourselves on providing the highest level of service at a competitive price.  Please contact us for a quote.

How long does it take to become compliant?

The length of time to become compliant is dependent upon many variables that pertain to the size of your organization. However, you should expect a minimum of 12 weeks to become compliant, even if you have already begun the process internally.

Where are you able to perform cybersecurity work?

We can perform assessments, remediation, and auditing work in all 50 states. We cannot provide our services to businesses outside of the USA.

What certifications or accreditations do your cybersecurity experts hold?

CMMC Registered Practitioner (RP), Project Management Professional (PMP), CMMC Third-Party Assessor Organization (C3PAO), OffSec Certified Professional (OSCP), Certified Red Team Operator (CRTO), Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Red Team Profession (CRTP), GIAC Penetration Tester Certification (GPEN), Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), Certified Network Defense Architect (CNDA), CompTIA Security+, Certified Scrum Master (CSM).

How does the Cyber Shield Alliance handle private information?

The Cyber Shield Alliance has a strict policy in place to handle private information with the utmost care and confidentiality. All employees are required to sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) and have undergone background checks. Personal information will only be kept as needed to conduct business or per your request. We guarantee that we will never share any of your information unless you explicitly instruct us to do so.

If you have any further questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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