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What You MUST Do to Pass Your CMMC Assessment

Thu May 5, 2022 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM ET

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“You do an excellent job at explaining the ins-&-outs of the CMMC process and its nuances. Thank you!” – Bud Wilson, Vice President of Installation Services

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Are you a government contractor working with the Department of Defense, who is:

Responsible for your organization’s cybersecurity?
Confused as to what CMMC means for your organization?
Uncertain what the first steps are in preparing for your assessment?
Worried about what a cyber breach would mean for your organization?

Then this webinar is for you!

Your Guides to Compliance

Hi, we are Steven Senz and Nathan Scott,

and we are passionate about helping government contractors prepare for and ace their CMMC assessment. Every day we meet contractors who are frustrated with CMMC.

They know that they need to be compliant, or risk losing their DoD contracts, but they don’t know where to start.

We know the challenges you are facing. That’s why we have designed this webinar to provide you with the answers that you need.

What will you get out of this webinar:


Which technical controls you must implement to pass an audit

How the audit will be conducted

How to know if SPRS score is accurate


What artifacts need to prepare to pass the audit and easiest way to create them


How long it will take to complete the assessment at level 1 or 3 and why you need to get started now

Steven Senz

Ascertis Solutions

Prior to starting ASCERTIS Solutions, Steven Senz was a key advisor to the federal government for cyber-security and cloud migration. He has presented to multiple Federal and Commercial forums on cyber security issues dealing with privacy and e-mail fraud.


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From 2006, Steve consulted to the intelligence community and participated in multiple working groups as the community migrated to an environment where information sharing between agencies was considered essential for situational awareness.

Steven has assisted numerous ISSMs in accrediting federal information systems and environments, to assure that classified information is properly protected and transmitted in digital and hardcopy forms. Steven holds a Master’s degree from Cornell University and the University of Michigan, as well as numerous security certifications from (ISC)2, ISACA and George Washington University.

Nathan Scott

Queen Consulting & Technologies

CMMC Registered Practitioner, and Certified Project Management Professional (PMP) with over 15 years’ experience in the IT industry, Nathan has a proven track record in both the private and public sector. 

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Nathan spent several years as a contract manager for a software development company contracting for Department of Health and Human Services and was the compliance specialist responsible for NIST 800-53 system audits on multiple contracts and systems.

Together with his wife Katherine, Nathan founded Queen Consulting and Technologies to bring expertise and knowledge of IT security, compliance management, and cost-effective solutions to government contractors and private-sector businesses in need of advanced business security and management.

You will leave this Webinar with:


A cheat sheet of what it takes to pass the audit


An action plan of steps to take to get started


A questionnaire to vet potential vendors

Reserve your free seat today

Saved Me An Enormous Amount of Time

“Last year just thinking about the CMMC certification process was overwhelming and my biggest hurdle was figuring out where to start…. Nathan simplified the assessment process and saved my company and I an enormous amount of time. His combination of expertise and skilled communication is rare and allowed me to feel comfortable and confident throughout the processes.”

Thomas Burk, Co- Owner Epoch Geo

Exceptionally Well Versed in CMMC

“Nathan is a true professional and exceptionally well versed in the CMMC process.You took a lot of guesswork out of the process. I found that the good/better/best approach Steven explained helped me to understand the controls better.”

Andy Herscher, Vice President &CISO, ClearFocus Technologies