Keiter Technologies: DoD Contractor Considerations for Publicly Accessible Systems

By Keiter CPAs

Overview of CMMC Practice Guide PE.L1-3.13.5

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.L1-3.13.5 focuses on the separation of publicly accessible systems from internal networks to enhance security within organizational infrastructure. This practice helps prevent breaches from escalating beyond the initially compromised system. Keiter Technologies team member and Risk Advisory Services Senior Manager, Christopher Moschella defines and shares the importance of public-access system separation, identifies different system types, and offers insights into practical implementation of best practices.

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