Workshops and Seminars

We will be hosting a series of education seminars and workshops online and across Alabama for companies to gain a better understanding of DoD cybersecurity compliance requirements and learn about available resources and services.  Please register below.  LEARN MORE ABOUT ASSISTANCE AVAILABLE

Basic Cyber Hygiene & CMMC Level 1 Workshop for Alabama DoD Suppliers

Cost: $99 per company

In this 4-hour Workshop, participants will:

  • Learn about CMMC Level 1 requirements
  • Receive recommendations on meeting requirements
  • Complete CMMC Level 1 workbook to develop a tailored plan

The workshop co-pay fee includes a one-on-one follow-up review session, where the ACCESS team will meet with you to review your CMMC Level 1 workbook and assist you in developing a detailed CMMC Level 1 readiness plan. 

(Not sure if you need to attend a workshop? You can attend FREE virtual Q&A Session)
Q&A Session: Should I Attend a CMMC Level 1 Workshop?  
October 6, 8:30 AM (Register)  

Workshop Schedule:
Basic Cyber Hygiene & CMMC Level 1 Workshop for AL DoD Suppliers Sep 15 8 am - Noon Register
Basic Cyber Hygiene & CMMC Level 1 Workshop for AL DoD Suppliers Oct 14 8 am - Noon Register
Basic Cyber Hygiene & CMMC Level 1 Workshop for AL DoD Suppliers Nov 9 Noon - 4 PM Register

 ACCESS Cybersecurity Webinar Series

Cost:  FREE

CMMC: Challenges, Benefits and Risks Sep 23 10:30 - 11:30 am Register 
CMMC for the Alabama DoD Subcontractor: Determining your certification level. Open discussion and Q&A.  Oct 26 11 - Noon  Register 
       

ACCESS Program Webinars and Workshops are brought to you in partnership with:


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Questions? Want More Information?

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The ACCESS program is managed by the UAH Office for Operational Excellence (OOE). Contact OOE for more information.

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The ACCESS program is supported by the Alabama Small Business Development Center (SBDC) and Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC). Contact UAH SBDC/PTAC for any questions.

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The ACCESS program is made available through a grant from the US Department of Defense – Office of Local Defense Community Cooperation.