Celerium’s Mission Center is the threat-sharing solution used by Auto-ISAC for its membership to receive and share cyber threat information. At this year’s Auto-ISAC Summit, Celerium is a gold sponsor and will present on supply chain cybersecurity.
This event marks the 25th conference of the Colloquium on Information Systems Security Education (CISSE). This conference is focused on cybersecurity education, and this year’s theme is challenges in teaching cybersecurity. Celerium is supporting this event as a platinum sponsor and will present on supply chain cybersecurity and the CMMC (Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification) program from the U.S. Department of Defense.
The lead organizer for this year’s Danish Defence Annual Conference is CenSec, one of Celerium’s CMMC Academy International Alliance members. DDAC is the largest defense event on Danish soil and brings together attendees from the national and international defense industry. Celerium is the bag sponsor of this year’s event.
This webinar explores ransomware risks against a company’s core suppliers from a legal perspective, as well as the risks from the automotive industry perspective. The capstone aspect of the webinar focuses on three aspects of strategic resilience that warrant understanding and attention from corporate leadership. Guests include Josh Poster of Auto-ISAC and Jeff Weis and Charles Helleputte, partners at Steptoe.
Now that the first certified third-party assessment organizations (C3PAOs) have been certified by the CMMC Accreditation Body, what's next in the rollout of CMMC? Plus, explore challenges facing small businesses when it comes to preparing for CMMC, and get information on how ot prepare for CMMC assessments.
The event is supported by the Embassy of Denmark, CenSec, and Celerium's CMMC Academy. Moderated by Commander s.g Jesper Rasmussen, Defense Industrial Cooperation Attaché at the Royal Danish Embassy in the United States, and Tommy McDowell, General Manager of Celerium, this webinar explores the CMMC impact on the Danish Defense Industry.
Celerium is the trusted provider of ND-ISAC’s Mission Center collaboration portal. As a platinum sponsor of the ISAC’s virtual spring 2021 event, we presented on the U.S. Department of Defense CMMC (Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification) program and on supply chain cybersecurity.
For many small and medium sized businesses and organizations, getting started with cybersecurity can seem like an impossible task. Where does one even begin? Thankfully, some basic cybersecurity practices will put you well on your way to defending your organization against cyber threats. We walk you through some of the basic cyber hygiene you and your company can practice right now to improve your organization's cyber defense in 2021 and beyond.
A recent update to DFARS 252.204-7012 requires companies that contract with the DoD to conduct a NIST 800-171 self-assessment and upload it to the DoD's Supplier Risk Performance System (SPRS) -- before new contracts are awarded or existing contracts are extended. John Ellis from DoD’s Defense Contract Management Agency answers questions related to NIST 800-171 auditing.
A recent update to DFARS 252.204-7012 requires companies that contract with the DoD to conduct a NIST 800-171 self-assessment and upload it to the DoD's Supplier Risk Performance System (SPRS) -- before new contracts are awarded or existing contracts are extended. This free webinar covers the compliance issues of protecting your sensitive CUI data on your on-prem infrastructure, in the cloud, and in Office 365.
Celerium sponsored the 2020 Aviation ISAC Virtual Symposium. During a presentation to the event’s attendees, we shared updates about the upcoming Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) that will impact the aviation industry.
CMMC is bringing a host of new regulations to the defense supply chain. Join Katie Arrington, CISO of the Department of Defense Acquisition Office, and a host of other VIP guests to learn about the impacts of CMMC.