September 15, 2021
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Are you interested in government contracting and working with Department of Defense, NASA and other federal contracting agencies? Do you understand the implications of NIST 800-171 and the DFARS interim rule on your business’s ability to renew or receive new contracts? If no, join us for this webinar as we discuss the interim rule which outlines the adoption of the new DoD assessment methodology, Supplier Performance Risk System (SPRS) to ensure your small business meets the DFARS mandates and NIST 800-171 requirements. Plan to join us on October 14 for Part II – CMMC Overview.
Amy Billinger is a co-founder of Anneal Initiative, Inc and a CMMC Registered Practitioner. Prior to starting Anneal Initiative, she was the Lead Analyst for Cyber Operations at the Kansas Intelligence Fusion Center (KIFC). She also serves in the Kansas Air National Guard where she has worked in Intelligence, Public Affairs, and Finance. Her military background has included providing intelligence support for deployed forces and serving as the analytic lead for a team of roughly three dozen Army and Air National Guard analysts producing cyber, terrorism, and biological threat intelligence. Before joining the Guard, Amy was a Russian language analyst for the Department of Defense. Amy has a Bachelor of Arts in History and Military Studies from Washburn University.
Jeremy Jackson is the founder of Anneal Initiative, Inc. an intelligence analysis, cybersecurity and strategic planning business. Anneal Initiative, Inc. has been guiding DoD contractors work toward NIST SP 800-171 since 2017 and now continues to help them navigate toward the Certified Cybersecurity Maturity Model. Jeremy is a CMMC Registered Practitioner. Previously, Jeremy was the founder and Director of the Kansas Intelligence Fusion Center (KIFC) and led the center’s cyber threat, biological-threat, and terrorism analysis teams. His military intelligence experience includes cyber-threat and risk analysis and providing intelligence analysis support to deployed forces. Jeremy has 10 years private sector engineering and project management experience and has a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Kansas State University and a Master of Arts in Intelligence Studies from American Military University.