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CyberSaint Continues to Support Department of Defense Supply Chain Customers with Addition of the CMMC 2.0 Standard


BOSTON--()--CyberSaint, the developer of the leading platform delivering cyber risk automation, announced the addition of CMMC 2.0, allowing customers to adopt the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification 2.0 standard and automate as much of the process as possible.

We are thrilled about this update to the CyberStrong platform and are excited to see it leveraged across the Department of Defense supply chain," said Bernhard Bock, CISO at SysArc.

"CyberSaint's implementation of CMMC 2.0 allows for further automation of the assessment process for the latest scoring model,” said Bernhard Bock, CISO at SysArc. "We are thrilled about this update to the CyberStrong platform and are excited to see it leveraged across the Department of Defense supply chain."

The Department of Defense (in concert with NIST and Carnegie Mellon) has migrated the old DFARS requirements standard into the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC). The scoring models have been less than easy to understand for the average DoD supplier. To speed adoption and delivery, CyberSaint focused its work on automating the scores across the different versions, which includes the capability-based CMMC 1.0, and the new CMMC 2.0.

“We are excited and pleased to offer CMMC 2.0, which includes the practices from 171A and automated Interim Rule scoring. We have made it simple for suppliers to benchmark themselves on a standard that is becoming essential to doing business,” said Padraic O’Reilly, Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer at CyberSaint. “We bring the cost of compliance down by making the requirements clear and taking the complexities out of the subtractive scoring model. With our expanding integrations, companies will be able to automate significant parts of the standard and see significant ROI as they become more secure. CMMC is likely to become standard in other critical infrastructure sectors, and CyberSaint is excited to be doing its part in this worthy endeavor.”

CyberSaint’s addition of CMMC 2.0 allows customers to:

  • Automate the scoring for CMMC 2.0, allowing customers to select whether they have met or not met compliance requirements and automatically giving them a validated score associated with their programs.
  • Walk through the process of scoring controls to measure compliance while automating the new scoring process so that customers do not have to spend time or energy learning how to calculate their scores.

Want to see this new feature in action? Register for the Live Demo on July 26th at 3 pm EST or watch after on-demand.

For more information about CyberSaint’s CyberStrong platform, please visit:

About CyberSaint
CyberSaint's mission is to empower today's organizations to build a cybersecurity program that is as clear, actionable, and measurable as any other business function. CyberSaint's solutions empower teams, CISOs, and Boards to measure, mitigate, and communicate risk with agility and alignment.


Danielle Ostrovsky
Hi-Touch PR

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