The Department of Defense has released an update to its Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) framework and program. While the goals of CMMC have not changed from the original, there are significant changes to how the program will be administered.
ReadyCert allows you to share data while maintaining a strict data governance that follows your state program. ReadyCert allows you to collaborate and interoperate with each state's compliance program that also uses ReadyCert. The ReadyCert compliance platform applies to all departments of the state including transportation, health and human services, IT and decision support services, System Integration services, and all other state services. This is due in part to ReadyCert's agnostic approach to the problem of "what is a requirement?"
ReadyCert attains TX-RAMP Level 2 Certification from the Texas Department of Information Resources.
ReadyCert is a MITA compliance tool that is useful at all the stops along the route to CMS certification of new MITA trains. ReadyCert helps Medicaid stakeholders of all kinds sort cars, compile data, and configure and deploy solutions in a way that is MITA organized and is structurally able to deliver the right data to the right stakeholders. It does not matter where on a MITA journey your organization is, ReadyCert is the tool you need to stay on track.
Policies and Guidance issued by the DOD for contracting with secure professionals from the industry. Ensure your policies are up to date by reviewing the chart and including the relevant materials in your ReadyCert self-assessment and compliance programs.
How do you know if you are at risk? That is easy, everyone is at risk? How prepared are you? The best way to know the answer to that is to do a self-assessment of your current approach to cyber security. Don’t know where to start? That may be the easiest question of the day, call us for a discussion of how ReadyCert and our cyber security team can best help you prepare for the future.