A Summit 7 solution to simplify the the process of managing DFARS 7012 contractual requirements and achieving CMMC 2.0 compliance
In order to manage DFARS 7012 contractual requirements and achieve CMMC 2.0 compliance, aerospace and defense contractors in the Defense Industrial Base (DIB) must implement and maintain a complex web of NIST 800-171 controls and CMMC practices. Migrating from on-premise can be daunting experience. Summit 7 can simplify the process and help you rest easy. Summit 7 implements the planned governance, information architecture, integration needs, and cloud strategy during this process.
CMMC Level 2 Compliance
Single Microsoft Security Stack enables compliance for workloads, systems, and Workstation/Mobile Devices
Predictable and Scalable
Scalable, highly-available cloud platform with
predictable operating cost and ability to
easily add new Users/Services
Government Cloud Capability
Moving to Office 365 enables future migrations to Office 365 GCC High & Azure Government
The Microsoft 365 Advantage over On-PremisesOn-Prem systems lack predictable IT operational costs and have no way to allocate costs to contract, program, task order
On-Prem systems complicate server hardware acquisition, security, maintenance, patching/updates, physical infrastructure, and end-of-life management
On-Prem systems necessitate multiple 3rd-party systems & software required for security & compliance
Summit 7 has served over 700 government contractors, manufacturers, and higher ed research facilities by helping them meet the requirements for DFARS 7012, NIST 800-171, and CMMC compliance.
For more information on CMMC 2.0 updates, watch this video from Summit 7 Chief Security Evangelist, Jacob Horne. You can subscribe to the S7 YouTube channel to stay updated on all things CMMC 2.0.