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The board overseeing the Defense Department’s Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification is losing two members, which leaders of the board say is part of the normal churn of an all-volunteer organization.

  • Eric Crusius, Partner at Holland & Knight, agrees the churn makes sense given the board’s all-volunteer status.
  • Crusius said it’s possible private sector companies not doing business with the federal government will have to get a CMMC certification and that it “seems like we’re moving in that direction as a country.”
  • Crusius said a guidance document about FedRAMP authorization reciprocity will probably be out near the end of the fiscal year.
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