Ask the Assessor

Wednesday, April 19th
2:00PM - 3:00PM ET

CMMC 2.0 will require organizations that are seeking contracts that require a CMMC Level 2 certification to seek a once every 3 year Certified 3rd Party Assessment of their compliance to NIST 800-171 r2 controls. These assessments will be completed by C3PAO (Certified 3rd Party Assessment Organization). It won't be an easy and quick process.

If you have questions about how assessments will be conducted, what information you will need to provide, or anything else, join us and Timothy Fawcett of Guernsey and members of his team to answer your questions about CMMC and the assessment at our upcoming webinar on Wednesday, April 19th at 2PM ET. 

Be sure to ask and submit your questions when you register for the webinar!

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Timothy Fawcett

Tim Fawcett is a Managing Consultant and the Director of Cybersecurity at Guernsey. Tim has 20 years of information assurance experience performing IT audits, risk assessments, and cybersecurity threat and vulnerability analyses. Over his career Tim has consulted for scores of companies from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies. Tim's experience working with both public and private, small to midsized companies, in a range of industries, gives him a unique perspective on managing cybersecurity risk at organizations that must prioritize their IT and security initiatives. Tim was selected and trained to be one of only a handful of Level 1-3 CMMC provisional assessors. Provisional assessors will be selected to perform some of the first assessments; and are tasked with providing feedback for improving the assessment process. Guernsey has been selected to be the eight Authorized Third-party Assessor Organization (C3PAO) in the county and is allowed to perform assessments up to CMMC 2.0 level 2. Tim is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional, a Certified Information Systems Auditor, and a CMMC Level 1-3 Provisional Assessor. 



Kevin Hancock

Kevin Hancock has over 20 years experience in secure collaboration with distributed teams and partners in highly regulated markets. He has led Sales Engineering, Customer Success, and Professional Services Teams across a broad technology spectrum including Agile Development and DevOps tools and practices; Zero Trust Networking; and Identity and Access Management just to name a few. Focusing on driving adoption, managing change, and helping customers learn, Kevin joined Exostar in May 2021 as Director, Sales Engineering.