Cybersecurity for government contractors and suppliers is not just a requirement – increasingly, it’s a vital competitive differentiator. We help you get an edge.
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As you know, government contractors, suppliers, and manufacturers must adhere to stringent and evolving cybersecurity requirements to safeguard federal contract information (FCI) and controlled unclassified information (CUI) on their information systems.
Steel Root is a national leader on cybersecurity for government contractors. We have the consultants, engineers, and partner network to provide end-to-end services for cybersecurity and compliance. Whether you’re a Fortune 50 company or a sole proprietor, partnering with Steel Root means securing data and winning contracts.
Frameworks and Requirements:
NIST SP 800-171
NIST SP 800-53
Export controls (ITAR and EAR)
How We Help Federal and Defense Contractors:
Cybersecurity and compliance consulting
Assessment and gap analysis
Policy development and System Security Plan
Technical implementation and security engineering
Managed cybersecurity and compliance services
Supply chain risk management
Security controls assessment and validation (SCA-V)
CMMC assessment preparation
“As a government contractor working multiple agencies, we must comply with numerous, overlapping security frameworks. Steel Root’s expertise in federal security requirements, coupled with their practical, cost-effective guidance on implementation, has been instrumental in ensuring data are protected on our network.”
“The Steel Root team is a vital partner in ensuring the government’s needs are met for our Department of Defense-facing clients. A consummate and responsive team player, Steel Root understands and is able to develop the right balance of risk, requirements, and regulations for any sized company – large or small.”
Explore More: Secure Enclave
An “enclave” is a highly secure, limited environment for the compliant storage and handling of CUI and other very sensitive data types. We build cloud-first enclaves that are purpose-built for federal security requirements.