Brought to you by the Utah Governor’s Office of Economic Development, and the Procurement Technical Assistance Center – PTAC
The Defense Department released its interim rule instructing Department of Defense (DoD) contractors on how to comply with cybersecurity guidelines in September. On 30 November 2020, those new rules went into effect, requiring some level of verifiable compliance prior to award. Many companies still have questions about what they should do and when.
This webinar was put together to help DoD contractors quickly understand the new rules and how best to prepare for them. First, we’ll briefly summarize what the interim rule change does and how it will affect business moving forward. Next, we’ll review the requirements for all DoD contractors, and how to determine which applies to you. Finally, we’ll discuss the options to satisfy those requirements and their associated costs.
What we’ll be covering:
About Your Speakers:
Ric Daza, PhD, managing director of RD Risk Advisors, will be joined by Cary Anderson, CCIE, CISSP, an Air Force veteran and government contract expert to discuss the DFARS Interim Rule. Dr. Daza has consulted to foreign and domestic government agencies, as well as Fortune 500 companies in the financial, technology, defense, healthcare, and manufacturing sectors. He holds a double CCIE² (R&S, Security), CISSP, CRISC, CISA, ISO 27001 Lead Auditor, PMP, and RHCE, as well as a Doctorate in Information Assurance.