CMMC V1.0 – AC.1.003 – Verify, Control and Limit Connections to, and Use of, External Information Systems.

  • Posted by Mark Lupo
  • On February 24, 2020
The third Practice required to be implemented under CMMC V1.0 within your information security plans, falls under the capability, Limit data access to authorized users and processes (C004).  This capability has similarities to the previous one discussed, Control internal system access (C002), and differs only that the expectations within AC.1.003 relate to limiting access to […]
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CMMC V1.0 – Level 1 Compliance – AC.1.002 – Limiting System Access to Types of Transactions

  • Posted by Mark Lupo
  • On February 18, 2020
In this and succeeding entries, we will review one or two Practices per article, focusing on the description of the practice and the clarifying statement and examples provided within Appendix B of CMMC V 1.0.  The second practice required to achieve Level 1 compliance under the CMMC standard falls under the second capability, Control internal […]
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When Managing Your Business, Think of It as A 3-Legged Stool

  • Posted by Helen Sutherland
  • On March 4, 2019
Running a business can sometimes be a frenzy of decisions and actions that it’s difficult to know how they’re affecting the direction of the company.  For some, the realization comes a little too late and the business goes into crisis mode. Consider looking at your business as a 3-legged stool where you can’t afford a […]
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Small Businesses Fail for Consistent Reasons

  • Posted by Ashley Panter
  • On July 24, 2018
The statistics on small business failure vary widely depending on the report and the source. Some say nine out of 10 while others put the first year failure rate as low as 20 percent. As a small business owner, you may not care what the actual number is as long as you are not one […]
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User Experience in Management

  • Posted by Ashley Panter
  • On June 25, 2018
In case you missed the first post of this blog series, How to Connect Through Experience, this blog post is part of a three post series which serves as an overview/background for an upcoming National ABSDC Conference presentation delivered by Michael Myers (Consultant for UGA SBDC in Athens) and myself (J. Ashley Panter, Marketing Manager at […]
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How to Connect Through Experience

  • Posted by Ashley Panter
  • On June 25, 2018
The basic theory of behavioral economics is that consumers often act against their own economic best interests when making decisions, due to a variety of biases. According to Customer Experience Psychologist Liraz Margalit, Ph.D., while logic plays a large part in the decision making process when it comes to life purchases (such as insurance or […]
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The Dangers of Micromanagement

  • Posted by Cheryl Greenerl
  • On May 31, 2017
Micro-management can be the death of teams, initiatives, organizations and long-awaited impact.  It is defined as a management style that closely observes or controls the work of subordinates or employees.  In fact, the exertion of excessive control is one of the hallmarks of positional leadership- the lowest level of leadership. Here are four unwanted outcomes […]
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