Video coverage of the August 9th seminar on Cybersecurity Requirements for Federal Contractors is now available for viewing, along with pertinent printed resources.
The Georgia Tech Procurement Assistance Center (GTPAC) co-hosted the recent event, along with the Georgia Manufacturing Extension Program (GaMEP).
At the end of this year — if you are a Department of Defense (DoD) contractor or hope to be one — there are new cybersecurity requirements that will be in your contract that will require you to limit access to your information systems, identify system users, and take measures to safeguard federal contract information (FCI). Your compliance with these rules, among others, require documented processes and procedures. And, similar requirements are expected to be included in other federal contracts in the near future.
Access to the video is right here. Following introductory remarks, details on the cyber requirements begin at the 18:00 minute mark in the video.
In addition, the following links to the actual presentation materials and other resources are provided below:
- Cybersecurity NIST-MEP Presentation
- Cybersecurity Readiness for Manufacturing – Cytellix
- DoD Final Rule: Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement: Network Penetration Reporting and Contracting for Cloud Services
- DFARS Clause 252.204-7012 Safeguarding Covered Defense Information and Cyber Incident Reporting
GTPAC will continue to provide to our clients additional cybersecurity compliance materials as they become available.