CMMC career path: How to become a CMMC Certified Assessor | Infosec Edge Webcast

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This is the first of three webcasts from Infosec around the CMMC rollout. It was recorded on April 27, 2021.

0:00 – Introduction
1:02 – Meet the panel
2:30 – CMMC agenda
3:05 – What is CMMC certification?
5:39 – Protecting FCI & CUI
10:45 – CMMC model & CMMC levels
16:30 – CMMC domains
20:40 – RPO vs. C3PAO
23:20 – CMMC career overview
28:00 – CMMC career path: assessors, instructors, others
35:05 – CMMC Registered Practitioner (RP)
38:10 – CMMC RP vs. CMMC CCP
45:20 – CMMC Certified Assessor (CCA)
48:28 – CMMC timeline
52:02 – How many assessors and C3PAOs are needed?
54:45 – What experience does a CMMC assessor need?
57:07 – What are CMMC certification costs, renewals & fees?
57:55 – Does Infosec offer CMMC training?
59:22 – Other CMMC questions
1:01:25 – Upcoming CMMC Q&A sessions
1:02:17 – Outro

The Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) Framework affects every organization in the DoD supply chain — more than 300,000 total. Tens of thousands of professionals will need to be trained to help conduct CMMC assessments, advise organizations and support the new framework.

Join Leighton Johnson, Infosec instructor and CTO at ISFMT, and Stacy High-Brinkley, VP of Compliance Solutions and Service at CASK Government Services to learn all about the CMMC career path, including:

– Overview of CMMC rollout and training requirements
– Role of Registered Practitioners (RP), Certified CMMC Professionals (CCP), – Certified CMMC Assessors (CCA) and CMMC Certified Instructors (CCI)
– Process to train for and earn your CMMC certification
– CMMC questions from live viewers

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