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Celerium announces a partnership to bring cybersecurity and CMMC awareness to the Danish defense industry with CenSec

prnewswire | February 10, 2021

Celerium announces a partnership to bring cybersecurity and CMMC awareness to the Danish defense industry with CenSec
Celerium Inc. reported today another association with CenSec, the superb Danish bunch association for organizations work in innovative enterprises like safeguard, country security, space, aviation, and online protection. CenSec overcomes any issues between regular citizen organizations, the Armed Forces and other Governmental specialists with the target to build up a solid safeguard and security industry and to fortify those little and medium-sized Danish undertakings which are - or need to become - part of the business. CenSec is the world's just guard , space-, and security-group that holds the elite Gold Label affirmation, which is the most elevated positioning of bunch associations.

CenSec will be an individual from Celerium's CMMC Academy International Alliance program with an end goal to carry CMMC attention to the Danish guard industry.

The CMMC program, which represents Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification, was created by the U.S. Branch of Defense related to Carnegie Mellon University with an end goal to improve network protection across the safeguard inventory network. It is intended to give versatile network safety prerequisites dependent on five unique degrees of consistence. Appropriately, prime project workers and their subcontractors might be needed to conform to CMMC to be qualified to be granted DoD contracts – and organizations inside different enterprises and worldwide nations might be affected.

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The never-ending battle against malware Within today’s businesses, application and security teams continue to be mired in a never-ending battle, struggling to detect and remove malware—before it jeopardizes intellectual property, customer records, and other sensitive data. While layer upon layer of security defenses have been deployed, the reality is that attackers continue to succeed. Users, devices, and networks continue to be vulnerable to cyber-attacks, and all the security defenses deployed to date haven’t changed that. Further, the continued rise of remote workforce and cloud computing models means IT, development, and operations teams will have even less control over services and user devices that connect to sensitive assets.

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