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URM is pleased to provide a FREE 30 minute consultation on Transitioning to ISO 27001:2022 for any UK-based organisation. Once an enquiry form has been submitted, we will be in touch to understand the nature of your enquiry and to book a mutually convenient time for a 30-minute consultation slot with one of URM’s specialists.

CMMC Gap Analysis

URM has a 17-year track record of providing high quality consultancy and training support.

CMMC Gap Analysis

With our CMMC gap analysis, URM will assess your organisation's current cybersecurity practices and identify any gaps or weaknesses that need to be addressed in order for you to meet the requirements of the CMMC framework.

Typically, URM’s gap analysis involves the following steps:

  • During the discovery and scoping phase, URM will help establish whether there is a requirement either through the processing, storage or transmission of CUI or Federal Contract Information (FCI) or meeting a specified client requirement and then map, at a high level, the data journey to determine the system scope and the sites/locations in scope.  One of URM’s senior consultants will guide you through the CMMC framework in order for you to understand the specific cybersecurity practices and controls that are required at each of the 3 levels of the CMMC framework.
  • URM will then assess your organisation's current cybersecurity practices and controls to identify any gaps or weaknesses that need to be addressed.  This involves an evaluation of the maturity of your current controls including technology (e.g., firewalls and intrusion prevention systems) policies and processes (e.g., access control and incident management) and people (e.g., awareness training) controls.
  • Following our assessment of your cybersecurity practices, URM will identify any specific cybersecurity practices which need to be improved or enhanced in order to fully meet the requirements of the CMMC framework.  URM will specifically identify any gaps between the current maturity level and the maturity required to achieve the identified CMMC level.  
  • The final stage will involve URM working with you to develop a plan (including actions and milestones) to address any identified gaps and improve your cybersecurity practices and be able to consistently demonstrate the maturity (evidence) of the CMMC implementation programme.  As part of the plan, we will help you identify the resources and support which will be needed to implement the required changes.

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Why URM for CMMC?

Track record

URM has a 17-year track record of providing high quality consultancy and training support, assisting organisations improve their information and cyber security, as well as information governance posture and capabilities.  A particular niche skill is helping organisations to conform or certify to ‘best practice’ international (IS) standards, such as SOC 2, CMMC and ISO 27001.  Having assisted over 400 organisations to achieve world recognised standards, URM has worked with organisations of all sizes from micro businesses to multi-national organisations and from all the major market sectors.

Tailored approach

URM is renowned for adopting a highly tailored and bespoke service, where its consultants are constantly striving to deliver sustainable solutions that meet both the current and future needs of the client organisation.

Flexible delivery

When transferring knowledge on meeting the requirements of CMMC URM can deliver this through various delivery mechanisms, i.e., through one-to-one support, workshops or training courses.  Furthermore, when delivering remediation services to address gaps, URM’s support is tailored and flexible, based on the client’s requirements, internal knowledge and available resources.  Support can be delivered on an activity-per-activity basis or where a consultant is allocated on a recurring basis, e.g., 1 day a week   Such an engagement helps to ensure that remediation activities are followed through, remain compliant and that sufficient evidence for the audit is generated.

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URM's diligence during these audits has resulted in the business as a whole pulling together to collectively ensure that we up to par with the requirements. While our working relationship with URM’s consultant is fantastic, we are held to account for every bullet point of every requirement on every audit, which is precisely what we expect. The consultant’s efforts in ensuring that our PCI compliance is audited correctly is highly appreciated, as it gives the company an accreditation that we can be proud of and that we can show off to existing and prospective customers as proof of our security posture. A huge thank you to URM for providing such a valuable service.
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