The False Claims Act (FCA) is a federal statute that sets criminal and civil penalties for falsely billing the government, over-representing the amount of a delivered product, or understating an obligation to the government. The False Claims Act may be enforced either by the Justice Department or by private individuals […]
CMMC is designed to ensure that defense contractors are in full compliance with current security requirements aimed at safeguarding sensitive defense information. This certification is poised to become an integral part of DoD contracts, impacting organizations handling Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) and Federal Contract Information (FCI).
The insurance industry, like many others, is facing increasing cybersecurity threats that could lead to devastating financial and reputational losses.
A security controls review is a comprehensive assessment of an organization’s security measures designed to identify potential vulnerabilities, weaknesses, and gaps in security protocols.
The Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) is meant to help protect controlled unclassified information (CUI) from being compromised by hackers. CUI refers to information that is not explicitly classified but could compromise national security if accessed by malicious parties.
When: 03/14/2022 to 03/18/2022 Elevate Your Security, Privacy and Compliance Risk Management at the HIMSS Conference! Join Us March 14th – 18th, 2022 Exhibitions are Open Tuesday, March 15th – Thursday, March 17thVisit with SCA and HITRUST at booth 2327 to learn how we can help you leverage the HITRUST […]