CMMC and other industry consultants are making their case based on threats and fear; quality management consultants tried that for decades, and were rejected.
ASQ included “marketing expenses” and other indirect expenses in its calculations of Cost of Goods Sold, allowing it to avoid paying taxes, and request a $29,000 refund.
“Ridiculous Bastardry”: After Minor Update, ISO Converts Previously Free Standard to $170 Paid Version
For decades, the ISO standard for the XML tool Schematron was free; a minor update jacked the price up to $175.
We’ve got multiple cybersecurity maturity model schemes, because we’re not destroying the Federal supply chain fast enough.
Skillfront certifies clients after writing their documentation, while using fake press releases and phony partnership claims to sell their unaccredited certificates.
Pedro Castro Alves wants you to know he can cube a watermelon, not that he supports crimes against humanity.
A company that once admitted to plagiarizing cybersecurity materials is now offering an official CMMC course that “guarantees” its students will pass.
The RPO’s public defense of the CMMC-AB against allegations of conflict of interest only injects more conflicts, and likely ensures eventual contract protests.
Mark Stevens of AEI talks to cybersecurity expert Leslie Weinstein on ITAR compliance.
The new Annex SL “Appendices” have some curious flowcharts in them.
The question Oxebridge asks any new client seeking to become a certification or accreditation body.
Guest writer Owen DeStefano outlines additional ethics concerns over the coming CMMC Midwest Conference.