Security as a Service for the Defense Supply Chain
Security as a Service (SECaaS) is on the rise, with adoption expected to double in 2017. And with good reason. The benefits are manifold, and across the board.
Contractors must comply with the Network Penetration DFARs based on NIST SP 800-171 security controls by December 31, 2017. SECaaS can help greatly to bring everyone in the defense supply chain into compliance with better access controls, secure collaboration, and overall increased security.
Find out how Security as a Service can help small and mid-sized companies in the federal supply chain comply with upcoming NIST SP 800-171 requirements in the Network Penetration DFARS in our white paper: Security as a Service – Incorporating NIST 800-171 Requirements into the Defense Supply Chain, by Robert Metzger.