Keiter Technologies: DoD Contractor Considerations for Controlling Physical Access

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Keiter Technologies: DoD Contractor Considerations for Controlling Physical Access

Overview of CMMC Practice Guide PE.L1-3.10.5

As part of a series of articles about CMMC Level 1 Practices, the Keiter Technology team offers their insights into what Department of Defense contractors should consider.

PE.L1-3.10.5 focuses on the devices used by people to access physical areas. Organizations implement some type of physical device that, when presented, either allows or prevents access to an entire building, a suite, a room, etc. The devices can be key fobs, badges, key codes, cypher locks, spin dial locks, etc. Access to these physical access devices (or their codes) must be controlled.

The CMMC enumerates three elements of control: identifying devices, controlling devices, and managing devices. Keiter Technologies team member and Risk Advisory Services Senior Manager, Christopher Moschella provides key insights about these elements of control from the CMMC PE.L1-3.10.5 for Department of Defense (DoD) prime and subcontractors.

If you want to learn more about CMMC, Keiter’s team of cybersecurity specialists can help you. Email | Call: 804.747.0000.


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