CMMC V1.02 – PE.1.133 – Maintain Audit Logs of Physical Access

PE.1.133 marks the third practice within the Domain, Physical Security, and Capability, Limit physical Access.  Where the first two practices within PE were focused on limiting access to systems and individuals, this Practice focuses on the documentation process of how you limit access:  Using audit logs.  As the content below explains, it is not necessary […]

Thoughts on Small Business and Response and Recovery During COVID-19

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Napoleon Hill, author of multiple books, including Think and Grow Rich and The Master Key to Riches, once said, “Every adversity, every failure, every heartache carries with it the seed of an equal or greater benefit.” Though it can be hard for some of us to consider a benefit or opportunity right now, in the […]

13 March – COVID-19 Update – Clarifying Signs and Symptoms to Influenza

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With COVID-19 upon us and dramatic actions taken around the world to create social distancing, several questions have emerged as to how best to differentiate between the signs and symptoms of COVID-19 to influenza or even the common cold.  As you are probably aware, the general signs and symptoms of active COVID-19 are very similar […]

9 Mar 2020 – COVID-19 Progression and Next Steps

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By now, we are all pretty much aware of the spread of COVID-19 across the world (and more and more within the U.S. and within Georgia).  Containment measure so far have not stopped the spread of the disease and it continues to expand in multiple areas around the nation.  As the number of tests conducted […]

3 March – COVID-19 is in Georgia: How Best to Respond – Resources and Links

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As expected, the first cases of COVID-19 were diagnosed yesterday in Fulton County, GA.  For most of us, this should not be a surprise and should have been expected.  With Atlanta Hartsfield located here, it was only a matter of time.  In the coming days we will be seeing more cases in Georgia being diagnosed, […]