We’ve been there. We can help.
We are a small business DoD contractor that must adhere to the same cybersecurity requirements and guidelines that you do.
We know that with the right approach, compliance is achievable even on the small business budget. Let us help your organization become compliant with the DFARS, NIST, CMMC, or HIPAA cybersecurity regulations.
We provide an affordable online workshop geared towards Small Business DoD Contractors and their IT service providers.
Totem’s DFARS Cybersecurity Compliance Workshops will teach you the basics of the NIST SP 800-171 / CMMC cybersecurity requirements and help you build your System Security Plan (SSP), Plan of Actions and Milestones (POA&M), and Incident Response Plans (IRP).
If you’re ready to begin implementing the DFARS regulations, our hands-on workshops will make sure you are on the right track.
Cybersecurity Online Workshop
Next Cohort Starts January 15, 2024
Manage your small business cybersecurity compliance in our Totem™ Cybersecurity Compliance Management tool. Or get your MSP involved and have them do it!
Totem™ includes workflows and features that make the entire cybersecurity compliance process as simple as possible. The software provides a dashboard to instantly show current cybersecurity compliance status and allows your organization to manage corrective action plans.
Let Totem do more of the heavy lifting.
Our cybersecurity experts will guide your organization through a full security gap assessment against cybersecurity control sets such as the NIST SP 800-171 and CMMC Level 2 standards.
Consulting & Other Offerings
If you’re required to implement the NIST 800-171 or CMMC security controls, Totem offers a full range of cybersecurity consulting services and solutions to help you achieve DFARS compliance. You’ll have the benefit of working alongside our seasoned cybersecurity experts.
If you don’t know where to start, Totem can provide a strategy. Contact us to discuss options to achieve your cybersecurity compliance goals.
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US Department of Defense (DoD) contractors that handle Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) are required to secure that CUI by implementing the National Institutes of Standards
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