Secure your business, and demonstrate its security using CMMC.


The goal of CMMC is to review best cybersecurity practices, and to map the various processes and controls throughout the varying maturity levels. It uses and is built upon existing cybersecurity regulation.

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Security Maturity Levels

There are five security maturity levels. These range from one to five, or from basic security to advanced. Each various maturity level has associated controls and proceses, and when these requirements are met they reduce risk against specific sets of cyber threats. The levels of maturity build off one another, with maturity level three being the most common.

I: The first level of maturity will provide a basic level of security. This level of maturity contains no processes, and does not neccessarily have documentation. But it does perform the practices.

II: The second level of maturity has a document that establishes various practices and policies, and is a guide wherewith to implement CMMC efforts. Meaning the practices are performed, and there is a document to guide them.

III: The third level of maturity adds onto the previous two by adding management plans for practice implementation.

IV: The fourth level has practices for reviewing and measuring the processes for effectiveness.

V: The fifth level standardizes and optimizes the implementation of these processes across the organization.

Performance/Readiness Assesment

A performance assessment would be conducted, which would be used to create a risk register and a plan of action. The plan would include milestones on how to remediate any areas that the assessment shows may be deficient. After the performance assesment would come a formal assesment, which leads to a certification upon succesful completion of the assesment.


After the succesful completion of a formal assesment, a certification will be issued. For government compliant certifications, this is not the full process that goes into receiving a full certificate. But this would be an important and necessary part of that process.



For companies that do not need a government compliant certifications, there is also an endorsement assesment and certification. The succesful completion of a formal endorsement assesment would also verify advanced security, and the endorsement would be able to display that level of security to both the company and to others outside of it.