NDIA Business Institute pairs with CMMC architects on program basics workshop
ARLINGTON, VA – Who better to teach Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification fundamentals than the experts who helped design the program? The National Defense Industrial Association and the Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute welcome registrants to learn from these masters during “CMMC 101: A Primer to the Program,” Thursday, May 6, 12:30 to 5:30 p.m. EDT.
This distinctive online program features Andrew Hoover and Katie Stewart, both senior engineers of the institute’s technical staff. Together, they will lead attendees through the reasons for CMMC, its levels and what is needed to comply by the 2025 deadline.
Click here for more program information, including an agenda. There are no prerequisites to attend, but space is limited. Click here to register.
This program is presented by NDIA’s Business Institute, a new hub for defense-related education, training and professional development that aims to build a more capable, qualified and efficient defense industrial base. Click here for more information on this institute.
The Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute leads research into complex software engineering, cybersecurity and artificial intelligence engineering problems; creates and tests technologies; and transitions solutions into practice. It has worked with federal agencies since 1984 to help meet goals and gain strategic advantage. Click here for more information about this institute.
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