CUI Compliance

EmeSec is a recognized leader in delivering customized solutions that address Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI)/DFARS 7012 compliance under NIST 800-171 Revision 1 guidelines.



Compliance with NIST 800-171 is Required

We help you understand and minimize the impact of NIST SP 800-171 requirements for handling Controlled Technical Information (CTI) and Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI). 

  • Document basic and derived cyber security requirements
  • Accurately identify and manage IT security risks
  • Update or develop required policies and procedures
  • Avoid fines, contract loss, and other hidden costs of compliance


CUI Compliance is Required

Approaching Cybersecurity and Controlled Unclassified Information from a Holistic Perspective - Working with the client to create a roadmap for management of security assets.


We Help You Understand:

  • How you may be impacted by the new requirements as a prime or subcontractor
  • How to prepare your business to meet NIST 800-171 requirements applicable to your organization today or in the future
  • The risks and costs associated with compliance
  • Recommended next steps for CUI pre-assessment, if applicable 

Our Services:

  • CUI Pre-assessment
  • Technical / automated assessment of sensitive information
  • Ad-Hoc compliance support
  • Supporting your team to ensure operations continue
  • Security communications planning


Business Benefits of Working with EmeSec on Cyber Security

Allow your company to conduct business in the ever-expanding digital age with confidence in an open, global manner. It’s a business driver that lets you open your doors to new customers in the digital environment

  • Prioritization of Risks
  • Knowledge of Sensitive Data Location
  • Reputation& Customer Protections
  • Due Diligence for Competitive Advantage
  • Lower Liability & Prioritize Compliance


CUI Compliance Services to Protect Your Growth Engine

EmeSec offers you a full range of services allowing your leadership to take action on tomorrow's cybersecurity issues today

  • Risk Assessment and Risk Management Framework
  • Cyber Risk Management Training
  • Cyber Workforce Awareness Training
  • Compliance and Privacy Liability Reporting
  • Governance, Risk and Compliance Review
  • Cloud or IoT Readiness Assessment
  • Cloud Transition Engineering
  • Cloud Change Management


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The CUI basic and derived security requirements established by NIST give contractors a platform for evaluating their data protection and a framework for enhancing foundational security. However, for many small and mid-sized businesses (SMBs), this unwieldy mandate, which is hidden in the DFARS language, can be a barrier to entry or a regulatory requirement that is forcing their exit from the federal marketplace.
— Maria Horton, CEO