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Over 300,000 companies across the Defense Industrial Base (DIB) must meet the CMMC standards for cybersecurity.


Breaches cost the U.S. economy more than $600 billion per year, threaten national security, and empower adversaries.


By 2026, every contractor seeking to do business with the Department of Defense must have at least a Level 1 CMMC.

What is CMMC?​

The “Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification” (CMMC) is a new Department of Defense (DoD) program to verify that contractors are protecting their controlled unclassified information (CUI). 

In the past, only companies with contracts involving the handling of CUI were required to meet cybersecurity standards. CMMC 2.0 now allows for some company self-assessments, depending on the contractor’s relationship with the DoD.  However, most companies will require an authorized CMMC Third Party Assessment Organization (3CPAO) to perform an audit to ensure they are certified to the proper CMMC level.

You will be subjected to a third-party assessment to see whether you meet your contract’s cybersecurity criteria.

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Benefits of CMMC

Ensures Your Data is Protected

Simplifies Operations Across Legal Requirements

Enables Standardized Sharing of Information

Increased Customer Confidence


CMMC stands for Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification. It is a framework created by the United States Department of Defense (DoD) to ensure that companies that work with the DoD meet specific cybersecurity standards.

Companies that work with the DoD and handle Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) must be CMMC certified. This includes prime contractors and subcontractors at all supply chain tiers.

Companies that do not meet the CMMC requirements may be unable to bid on or win contracts with the DoD, and may lose existing contracts. Additionally, non-compliance with CMMC requirements can result in reputational damage and legal liability in the event of a cybersecurity incident.

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Client Stories

“We had a very holistic, person-centered partnership with Edge Networks. We see the value of what they do in the community and it was critical for us to have a partner in our local area in a space that is not in our expertise that we felt we could trust.”
Workforce Southwest Washington
Benton Waterous
“Edge Networks provided a logical framework, professional feedback and managed the process to a successful conclusion. Their assistance moved us months forward on our certification and gave us confidence in our CMMC3 supplier survey.”
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