CyberRx Webinar: DoD Contractors & the Joint Surveillance Voluntary Assessment Program

CyberRx Webinar: DoD Contractors & the Joint Surveillance Voluntary Assessment Program

Virtual Event, Online, Webinar

Department of Defense Contractors and the Joint Surveillance Voluntary Assessment Program

Defense contractors are getting ready for CMMC 2.0 and have options to be assessed today.  Join CyberRx and Vestige for a live webinar hosted by Ola Sage, CEO of CyberRx, an authorized C3PAO.  Ola will provide information and insight on the current path to certification via the Joint Surveillance Voluntary Assessment Program as well as the CMMC 2.0.

Questions that our clients are asking….

  • What is the Joint Surveillance Voluntary Assessment Program?
  • What are the Program requirements?
  • Do I qualify for the Program?
  • Is my company ready to participate?
  • How do I engage a C3PAO and start the process?
  • What are my options for preparing for the certification and is there assistance available to ensure that my company is within the scope of the requirements?

Vestige is a contributing speaker to the webinar

Damon Hacker, President of Vestige Digital Investigations will present on:

Things to know about CMMC 2.0
including the Joint Surveillance Program
from an RPO & C3PAO

  • Learn what a Registered Practitioner Organization (RPO) is and why it matters,
  • Understanding what CMMC is “really” about and what’s being asked by the controls, and
  • How to properly prepare the organization BEFORE engaging with the C3PAO.



Damon Hacker, President & CEO | Founder

As a founder of Vestige, Damon has over 30 years experience working with technology. For more than 20 years, he has worked in the industry or consulted businesses on big-picture IT Management issues, as well as deeply technical issues. His foundation as a programmer/developer, formal training in IT, as well as years of experience working with businesses provides him with an extremely deep understanding of a multitude of issues that arise on digital devices.