In its most recent Executive Spotlight interview, ExecutiveBiz spoke with Jennifer Morrison, legal vice president of Dell Technologies, about the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification and other compliance standards for federal contractors and the significant challenges in maintaining ethical standards and corporate integrity in the sector. She also discussed her responsibilities at Dell as well as her goals for the legal team in the current year.
Here’s an excerpt from the interview with Morrison:
“If you look at CMMC from its basic premise, it’s in the spirit of working to ensure the right systems, infrastructure and processes are in place to protect the government’s most sensitive information. The regulatory landscape around CMMC has changed, and now we’re at version 2.0 and there may likely be a 3.0 and beyond, however, that basic premise remains the same.
As challenging as it can be to implement the right safeguards and controls to comply with these standards and practices, we also see it as a differentiator for the company for how we go-to-market and how we support all of our customers. It’s a significant investment from Dell’s perspective and necessary to ensure we are able to continue to serve our federal customers.”
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