Oxebridge is pleased to expand its services into the cybersecurity field, with the on-boarding of career cyber professionals and former military experts.
For more on each related offering, see below.
The new Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) program is intended to be rolled out to every US defense contractor over the next few years. The plan is to make this a mandatory requirement for any organization working under a US Dept. of Defense contract.
The scheme has not yet launched, and users should READ THIS SET OF CAUTIONS first. Oxebridge can only provide initial readiness reviews at this time, with a focus on NIST 800 and the current CMMC Model, which is still undergoing changes. Oxebridge will then update the work as the scheme is formally rolled out.
For a quote on CMMC Readiness Preparation, click here.
The NIST 800-171 regulation dictates minimum requirements for cybersecurity controls for those companies handling sensitive government data. It is often flowed down as a mandatory requirement in US Federal contracts, alongside ITAR.
Oxebridge can assist in developing the necessary procedures, protocols and security controls to comply with NIST 800. Such methods can be integrated into your existing ISO management system, as well.
To obtain a quote for NIST 800-171 Compliance Preparation, click here.
The International Traffic in Arms (ITAR) regulation, along with the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) are not cybersecurity, per se, but instead related to the control of sensitive data that could be used by enemies to develop weapons. ITAR and EAR are most often flowed down via contract to companies working in the aerospace, aviation, and defense industries.
Oxebridge can help prepare a fully compliant ITAR and EAR system that integrates seamlessly with your current AS9100 or related QMS, or which stands alone if you currently have not QMS in place. Designed not to break the bank, Oxebridge’s offering is affordable and fast.
For a quote on ITAR/EAR Compliance Preparation, click here.