- NeoSystems, an IT systems integrator, has been recognized as an RPO by the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) Accreditation Board (AB).
- The CMMC model itself is created, managed and mandated by the Department of Defense (DoD).
NeoSystems, a full service strategic back-office outsourcer, IT systems integrator and managed services provider has been recognized by the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) Accreditation Board (AB) as a registered practitioner organization (RPO).
This designation means NeoSystems can play a more influential role in supporting clients as they look to achieve CMMC certification with authorization from the CMMC-AB. The RPO status exhibits that NeoSystems is familiar with the constructs of the CMMC Standard and is able to deliver compliant managed security services designed to ready organizations for audits and help them to meet ongoing compliance requirements.
NeoSystems’ Rob Wilson, chief operations officer, and Brian Giblin, senior director of quality assurance, also have achieved registered practitioner (RP) status from the CMMC-AB.
“NeoSystems is thrilled to become a registered practitioner organization for the CMMC-AB and have Rob and Brian become registered practitioners,” said Michael Tinsley, president and CEO of NeoSystems. “We look forward to supporting our growing client base and navigating the CMMC compliance process on their behalf.”
The CMMC-AB establishes and oversees a qualified, trained and high-fidelity community of assessors that can deliver consistent and informative assessments to participating organizations against a defined set of controls/best practices within the CMMC program.
The CMMC model itself is created, managed and mandated by the Department of Defense (DoD). Its purpose is to validate the security of the DoD’s 300,000 vendors throughout its supply chain and includes five levels of certifications.
Cybersecurity certification may soon be required for manufacturers