Tag Archives: controlled unclassified information

Cyber Update: DoD Contractor Cybersecurity Certification and 33 New Enhanced Controls to Combat the Advanced Persistent Threat

The Government remains intensely focused on how best to protect its Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) once it is released to contractors. In a shift from its initial approach of “we will take the contractor’s word for it,” the Department of Defense (DoD) announced in June 2019 it is in the process of developing a new … Continue Reading

Another Prologue to Cybersecurity Regulations: Controlled Unclassified Information (“CUI”) – What Contractors Need to Know and Why They Should Care

Government contractors should take note of a proposed new rule that could impose significant new data storage obligations when finalized.  The Federal Government is taking another baby-step towards cybersecurity regulation with a proposed rule intended to standardize protocols relating to designating and safeguarding unclassified information that is to be withheld from public disclosure (also known … Continue Reading
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