CMMC Readiness for U.S. Manufacturers

In reaction to the emerging Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) framework, launched by the Department of Defense (DoD) in 2020, we are hosting this webinar with Ignyte Assurance Platform. This webinar will help you prepare your business for the appropriate level of CMMC and define the next steps for your compliance readiness. 

The CMMC program incorporates five maturity levels required by the DoD to assess and improve the cybersecurity posture of its supply chain at all tiers. It will help the DoD ensure that all suppliers and vendors have the appropriate level of cybersecurity practices and processes, as well as protect Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI). 

Since the CMMC level will be used in decisions related to vendor consideration and approval, FastLane has decided to raise awareness about these new regulations among our network.

Presented by: Max Aulakh and Robert Gillen

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Max Aulakh

Founder & CEO, Ignyte Assurance Platform

As a Data Security and Compliance Leader, he delivers DoD-tested security strategies and compliance that safeguard mission-critical IT operations. Having trained and excelled in The United States Air Force, he maintained and
tested the InfoSec and ComSec functions of network hardware, software, and IT infrastructure for global networks — both classified and unclassified. He drove the Information Assurance (IA) programs for the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD). In 2012, Max founded Ignyte Assurance Platform, a cybersecurity company powered by a transformative GRC software engine, and its newest educational subsidiary, Ignyte Institute, to help accelerate CMMC adaptation among DoD prime and subcontractors.

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Robert Gillen

Program Manager & Sr. Electrical Engineer, FastLane

Robert Gillen, PE is an electrical engineer with over 15 years of experience in research and industry.  He specializes in project management and consulting on cybersecurity and electrical engineering for FastLane. Throughout his career, Rob has worked in sensor characterization, integrated circuit design, data processing, and information security.  He has managed projects within academia, government, and industry.  Rob has a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in electrical engineering from Wright State University and is currently working on his PhD in electrical engineering at the University of Dayton.

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