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Get DFARS/NIST 800-171 Compliant With CUICK TRAC™!

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Introducing CUICK TRAC™

CUICK TRAC™ is a cost-effective, practical, turn-key solution that helps contractors and sub-contractors of the DoD receive, process and transmit controlled unclassified information (CUI).
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Affordable

Average savings over $100k+
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Quick Implementation

Have access to secure environment within 2 weeks
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Satisfy 110 Controls Over 14 Domains

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Fulfill & Maintain Contracts

Store, process and transmit CUI with proof of compliance

Who is using CUICK TRAC™?

CMMC Certifications will require continuous compliance to compete for United States Department of Defense (DoD) contracts. Certifications will encompass five levels that range from “Basic Cybersecurity Hygiene” to “Advanced and Progressive.”
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Sub-Contractors

Sub-contractors utilize CUICK TRAC™ to achieve compliance in a much shorter time period, for a fraction of the cost of doing it themselves, in order to prove an on-going compliance program for CUI.
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Prime Contractors

Primes use CUICK TRAC™ as their CUI Vendor Risk Management solution for their supply chain and lower tier suppliers.
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Frequently Asked Questions

What Happens If I’m Not Compliant with DFARS/NIST 800-171?

Organizations who fail to prove compliance will face fines and or loss of contracts. Nobody wins in this situation, thus the reason CUICK TRAC™ was created.

We Don’t Have a SIEM or Any Way to Monitor Events/Incidents/Breaches, Does CUICK TRAC™ Do That?

Yes. Under the DFARS clause, contractors must report cyber incidents within 72 hours of them happening. That’s a difficult thing to accomplish if your business doesn’t have the personnel or resources to always be monitoring your security information and event management solution (SIEM). Not only does CUICK TRAC™ meet this requirement, it also voluntarily reports unsuccessful attacks so federal authorities can analyze the data to help prevent future attack vectors.

Is CUICK TRAC™ a Software, thus Needing FedRamp Approval?

No, CUICK TRAC™ is not a software. It’s a hosted solution/controlled environment, to keep your CUI data secure. Thus no FedRamp approval is required.

Do I need a SSP and POAM Before Utilizing CUICK TRAC™?

No. If you know you aren’t compliant, focus on the solution. Once CUICK TRAC™ gets you DFARS compliant in a short period of time, you can develop  your Plan Of Action and Milestones (POAM) about how you’re going to stay compliant. This is included with CUICK TRAC™. If someone asks you for proof, you’ll have it.

Does CUICK TRAC Replace My IT Provider?

No. Our goal, always, is to work with as much of your current business processes that are already in place. Disruption to your business is detrimental, thus a collaborative approach will be key in regards to how CUI data is collected, stored and accessed.

Who Mandates these Requirements?

The Federal government. By law, businesses handling Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) are required to become, stay and prove DFARS/NIST 800-171 compliance in order to be awarded and keep federal government contracts. Also, primary contractors have the right to ask for proof of compliance before selecting sub-contractors.

How Does CUICK TRAC Help Me?

CUICK TRAC™’s purpose is to help businesses who currently work with, or want to do work with, the federal government, to become fully compliant with the DFARS/NIST 800-171 requirements. It caters well to businesses who lack the bandwidth and resources to implement and manage the required controls. Those businesses need a low cost solution that can be implemented in a short matter of time. If CUICK TRAC™ isn’t the right solution, Beryllium InfoSec Collaborative can provide other services to help organizations become, and stay, DFARS compliant.

What is Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI)?

Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) refers to unclassified information that is to be protected from public disclosure. The CUI designation replaces "sensitive but unclassified" and other similar control markings.

What is DFARS/NIST 800-171?

The DFARS 252.204-7012 clause says that you shall implement NIST SP 800-171 no later than Dec 31, 2017. Since this deadline has passed, you are now at risk of non-compliance if you have not implemented the requirements. Organizations need a risk based approach to handling, storing and controlling access of CUI.

NIST SP 800-171 is the National Institute of Standards & Technology (NIST) special publication providing 110 recommended security controls for protecting the confidentiality of CUI (Controlled Unclassified Information – a subset of CDI).

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Learn why so many small to medium size defense contractors choose CUICK TRAC™ as their DFARS 252.204-7012 & NIST SP 800-171 compliance solution.
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