Darkblade Systems Grows CMMC Registered Practitioner Teams

March 2021

Darkblade Systems continues to grow its Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) Registered Practitioner (RP) teams in preparation to perform CMMC pre-assessment and consultation work as an approved CMMC Registered Provider Organization (RPO). Darkblade Systems is proud to announce that we have six (6) new CMMC Registered Practitioners trained and certified by the CMMC Accreditation Body (CMMC-AB), with nearly a dozen more in training.

In 2020, the Department of Defense released the initial version of the CMMC standard, with the requirement that all companies conducting business with the US Government must be CMMC certified at the appropriate level. Certifications will begin for new and existing defense contractors in 2021.

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The CMMC-AB recently certified Darkblade Systems as an official Registered Provider Organization, paving the way for our company to provide in-depth CMMC pre-assessment and consultation services, to prepare Defense Industrial Base (DIB) contractor companies everything needed for a CMMC assessment and steer them toward success. The Darkblade Systems team has created tailored programs that are affordable for small businesses to help meet government contract requirements.

The Darkblade Systems team includes one of the first CMMC Accreditation Body (CMMC-AB) Provisional Assessors on staff, is an approved RPO, and will also soon receive CMMC Third-Party Assessor Organization (C3PAO) accreditation.

Our team will perform a detailed assessment of the current environment and compare it with the cybersecurity controls required for the required CMMC level. Among other compliance metrics, we can help create System Security Plans (SSP), required Plan-of-Action & Milestones (PO&AM) documents, and provide a granular roadmap to success that includes the required artifacts and evidence for CMMC compliance and to meet your company’s government contract obligations.

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