CMMC Compliance

How CimTrak Helps With CMMC Policies

Implement Controls Objectives With Ease

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MONITOR & DETECT

Instant notification and in-depth insight into all changes. Complete coverage for your environment.

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SECURE SYSTEMS

Monitor your environment. Don't let unauthorized access occur with your routers, firewalls, and network devices. 

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REMEDIATE & RECOVER

Monitor critical configurations in your systems to ensure a CMMC compliant state. 

CimTrak Simplifies CMMC Compliance

Achieving Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) compliance is critical across the Defense Industry Base (DIB) for Department of Defense (DoD) contractors and subcontractors. CimTrak provides a clear and simple method to implement many of the control objectives.

CimTrak provides a clear and simple method to implement many of the control objectives of CMMC

  • AC - Access Control

  • AM - Asset Management

  • AU - Audit and Accountability

  • CM - Configuration Management

  • IR -  Incident Response

  • RE - Recovery

  • RM  - Risk Management

  • SA - Security Assessment

  • SC - System & Communication Protection

  • SI - System & Information Integrity 

 

CMMC 5 LEVELS OF CERTIFICATION
Level 1: Performed 
Level 2: Documented 
Level 3: Managed
Level 4: Reviewed
Level 5: Optimizing
LEVEL 1: PERFORMED

Requires the basic controls needed for essential cyber hygiene. This level of certification will be needed by contractors that hold or process mildly sensitive content such as Federal Contract Information (FCI).

LEVEL 2: DOCUMENTED

Covers slightly more advanced controls required for ‘intermediate’ cyber hygiene. This level is largely based on the requirements of NIST 800-171 r2. Contractors with this certification will hold or process FCI and possibly more sensitive content such as Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI).

LEVEL 3: MANAGED

Level 3 certification represents a moderate standard of cyber hygiene for an established organization and requires all 110 NIST controls with an additional 20 controls from various sources. This level will be a requirement for the majority of DoD contractors that hold or process CUI.

LEVEL 4: REVIEWED

Going beyond simple cyber hygiene, level 4 certification required contractors to take a proactive approach to measuring, identifying, and blocking threats, including Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs).

LEVEL 5: OPTIMIZING

To be certified at level 5, contractors will need to have a fully mature cybersecurity function across all 43 capabilities.

Simplify CMMC Compliance

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