Now that DOD has released the final version of its requirements for the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC), the entire Federal IT sector is scrambling to comply.
There’s no time to waste – with CMMC language hitting Federal contracts as soon as June 2020, there’s a lot of money on the line.
One of the more nuanced requirements in CMMC is the “control communications at system boundaries” item. Depending on the level of CMMC certification you’re aiming at, you’ll have to start filtering your DNS traffic or using tailored DNS security systems.
Most IT organizations don’t pay much attention to DNS. Even if they wanted to, most don’t have the tools necessary to get the level of visibility and control they need for CMMC compliance.
That’s why BlueCat, the leader in Adaptive DNS solutions, is sponsoring a free “lunch and learn” where we’ll break down the role of DNS in CMMC and provide some practical tips on how to comply.
In this session you’ll learn:
- What the CMMC requirements on DNS security really mean
- Different options for implementing DNS security on your network
- How security teams and network teams can both benefit from DNS security
- Practical tips and operational considerations you should consider
This session is designed specifically for Federal system integrators, managed service providers, and software companies.
Here are the details:
March 12, 2020, 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM
Bar Louie Orlando
UCF 4100 N Alafaya Trail suite 167 & 173
Orlando, FL 32826
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Looking forward to seeing you there!