April 26th | 1 PM ET

Small-to-medium defense contractors often see the costs of DFARS 7012 and CMMC compliance as insurmountable. They lack the necessary time, money and skills needed to successfully implement challenging NIST 800-171 controls around encrypted communications or configuration management. So what can and should these organizations do?
Join PreVeil’s co-founder Sanjeev Verma and NeoSystems’ Vice President Stuart Itkin and Snr. Director Greg Powers on April 26th at 1pm ET, as they look at methods for removing the barriers to affordable DFARS 7012 and CMMC compliance. They will look at:

  • The NIST 800-171 controls most responsible for driving compliance costs
  • How to avoid technical debt
  • Strategies to minimize compliance cost

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About the Panelists

Stuart Itkin

Title: Vice President, NeoSystems

Stuart Itkin brings unique perspective to CMMC and the challenges organizations face in satisfying government regulations. As Vice President of NeoSystems, Itkin is focused on bringing managed services, software, and consulting to address the compliance, cybersecurity, and back office needs of small and medium businesses.

Greg Powers

Title: Senior Director of Managed Security Solutions, NeoSystems

At NeoSystems, Greg is focused on helping clients in the commercial and government markets succeed with Managed Security and IT solutions. In 2021, Greg achieved Registered Practitioner (RP) status from the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) Accreditation Body (AB) and has been instrumental in developing the CMMC program at NeoSystems.

Sanjeev Verma

Title: Co-founder & Chairman, PreVeil

Sanjeev is a technology entrepreneur with a track record of building successful businesses. In 2000 he co-founded Airvana, which developed mobile wireless infrastructure used by leading mobile operators such as Verizon and Sprint to deliver high speed 3G data services. Airvana grew to be the world’s second largest supplier of CDMA 3G mobile data infrastructure and the world’s largest supplier of small cells.