As a Manufacturing Business, do you know if you have you met the DFARS NIST 800-171 compliance deadline? We can help.
At Black Bottle Security, we just don’t consult and assess, we implement security protocol and measures that help businesses to become compliant and stay cyber-secure. Just like a padlock can be shimmed or cut, so can your IT infrastructure. Don’t settle for “good enough cybersecurity.”
Industry Compliances: Manufacturing
Small manufacturers are at risk of becoming targets of cyberattacks. Cybercriminals are seeking information including employee and customer records, banking and financial data, and access to larger networks. Small manufacturers are often seen as an easy entry point into larger businesses and government agencies. Start protecting your business with Black Bottle’s compliance experts.
CMMC Cybersecurity Model
DoD has introduced the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) that will incorporate DFARS / NIST 800-171.
Learn more about how all tier-one suppliers/prime contractors will be audited for compliance.
Compliance Framework & Roadmap
Complying with NIST guidelines and recommendations will help you ensure compliance with other regulations, such as CCPA (California Consumer Privacy Act), GDPR, and HIPAA. The framework should also specify which compliance processes overlap to help reduce or eliminate redundancies.
Cybersecurity Employee Awareness Training
A culture of information security and compliance begins with informed employees who can recognize and identify information security threats and understand and avoid the risks.
Black Bottle Security is addressing these greatest vulnerabilities through continuous Cybersecurity Employee Training. When we engage, we will deliver a detailed roadmap of what actions to take and legal and policy documents to implement to address your cybersecurity risks.
Why does my company need specialized coverage? Typical general liability insurance does not cover cyber events such as data breaches, ransomware, business email compromise or other
breach expenses such as forensics, breach/legal coaching, public relations or credit monitoring.
Is your manufacturing business secure?
Are you compliant with DFARS NIST 800-171?
It’s not a yes or no question. Because with achieving a continuous cybersecurity compliance solution, you are always making cybersecurity improvements, training employees, and staying ahead of the changes in compliance regulations.
Cybersecurity requires a multi-layer approach that includes products, services, education and employee training, policies and procedures, testing and best practices, as well as overall strategy and digital governance.
Industry-Specific Security Compliance and Risk Management Expertise
For regulated industries, a company may need to meet and follow specific security, regulatory and compliance requirements such as:
SOX – Sarbanes Oxley compliance for both Banking and Finance industries to protect investors and the general public from accounting errors and fraudulent practices
PCI DSS – Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards for any company that accepts credit cards
HIPPA – Health Insurance Portability and Accountability compliance for Healthcare privacy and security
GDPR – Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation; EU law on data protection and privacy for all individuals within the European Union (EU) and the European Economic Area (EEA).
Public sector and federal services may require a security clearance or need to demonstrate NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) compliance.