Seeking assistance with DFARS UCTI 252.204-7012 Safeguarding of Unclassified Controlled Technical Information - then turn to the experts at Flat Iron Technologies, LLC. As the federal government continues to put forth a never-ending barrage of cyber security edicts and provisions, DFARS UCTI 252.204-7012 thus requires contractors and subcontractors to formally document and implement comprehensive information security and operational policies, procedures, processes, and best practices for ensuring the safety and security of unclassified “controlled technical information”.
Our Global Information Security Compliance Packet (GISCP) maps directly to the NIST SP 800-53 documentation, helping achieve DFARS UCTI compliance quickly and cost-effectively.
Specifically, DFARS UCTI 252.204-7012 Compliance means adopting and implementing numerous information security standards, such as NIST SP 800-53 and eventually SP 800-171, into one’s I.T. environment. The following controls from NIST SP 800-53 are essential for compliance with DFARS UCTI 252.204-7012.
It’s also important to note that from an administrative perspective, DFARS compliance consists of the actual provision, the contract clause, and the relevant procedures to implement, which are the following:
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If it’s federal regulatory compliance assistance you need, such as DFARS UCTI, then you’ve come to the right place, no question about it. Flat Iron Technologies, LLC has been successfully assisting businesses all throughout North America – and the globe – with growing compliance mandates, so let’s talk today. DFARS is a game-changer in terms of federal regulatory compliance, one that requires enormous documentation for ensuring the safety and security of critical data, so reach out to the DFARS UCTI experts today at Flat Iron Technologies, LLC. Download our DFARS Roadmap to Compliance brochure today.