Know Your Options to Achieve DFARS Compliance.
Protect Your DoD Business.
Retain and Grow Your Contracts.
Systems and components made in Rhode Island are everywhere in our aerospace and defense programs. This sophisticated work is the hallmark of our manufacturing and engineering community. It’s also the critical information that the Department of Defense is concerned about falling into the wrong hands.
To continue doing business in the U.S. Defense supply chain, companies are now required to maintain ongoing cyber-security vigilance against internal and external threats by implementing the NIST SP 800-171 cybersecurity guidance, and comply with DFARS provisions for safeguarding covered defense information. It’s a necessity to be considered for winning work.
Yet most small and midsize manufacturers in our defense ecosystem run on lean margins, and carefully prioritize investments back into the business. They ask:
Join us for a candid discussion led by Raytheon’s Chris Lanen with panelists from CyberSaint, NeQter Labs, Manage Infinity and Polaris MEP.
If your customer requires DFARS compliance and you’re wondering how to proceed, this event will help you find the right help and the right path for you.
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