Black Bottle Security provides expert cybersecurity compliance analysts
to assess your information systems and cybersecurity roadmap.
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.”
As a Small Manufacturer does NIST 800-171 apply?
DFARS applies to all prime and subcontractors (no matter the size) doing business with the Department of Defense. If you don’t handle CDI/CUI, you must still get an exception and may still need to comply with DFARS and NIST 800-171.
What’s the Big Deal?
The DFARS (Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement) requires defense contractors to comply with specific cybersecurity requirements detailed in NIST 800-171. These standards specify the proper manner in which Covered Defense Information (CDI) or Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) must be handled and protected
The 14 required categories of compliance:
We are currently working with manufacturers in the region to achieve NIST 800-171 compliance in anticipation of the new CMMC, effective January 2020.
What make us ready?
- Simple onboarding process
- Pricing per person per year
- No setup fee
- Special Small Business Pricing
- No hardware appliance devices purchased
- Branded Administrator Dashboard
- Unlimited security awareness training
- Simulated Phishing Campaigns
- Certificate of Completion
- Monitor training progress
- Identify high-risk employees
- Audit trail of all employee actions
- US-based phone and email support