Cyber Security 101 - DOD Contractor Compliance: Legal, Technical, and Accounting Perspectives
Created on July 10, 2017
This course addresses the emerging cyber compliance requirements that are newly common to most federal contractors and subcontractors, especially those that generate, receive, transmit and process government information. The program will focus on Department of Defense cyber requirements embodied in its primary contract clauses and regulations, including applicable NIST standards.
This program provides a multi-stakeholder perspective of this complex and important area of federal contracting bringing together legal, technical and accounting inputs from three seasoned advisors. This approach underscores the importance of collaboration between lead key stakeholders within each company in order to achieve full compliance with the government's many cyber requirements.
- Develop a deeper understanding of DOD cyber requirements to better advise and assist clients in achieving cyber compliance
- Learn about the more challenging aspects achieving of cyber compliance from a leading information security expert
- Gain sensitivity to business cost of developing and implementing cyber security infrastructure and the cost allowability implications under government cost accounting rules
- Learn more about what you know and what you do not know about government contracting cyber security
- Recognize the importance of having multiple stakeholders within the company involved in the process of developing information security infrastructure
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