As a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) specializing in Manpower Analysis, Personnel Analysis, and Training (MPT) services, Cape Henry must comply with both NIST 800-171 and CMMC.
Learn how Cape Henry is using Apptega to:
(Please note this case study was conducted prior to the release of CMMC 2.0. Though any discussion of levels is now outdated, this case study still provides applicable takeaways for your organization.)
Because Cape Henry operates as both a prime and sub for the Department of Defense, they have an obligation to protect Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) shared within the Defense Industrial Base (DIB).
Download the case study to learn how Cape Henry is using Apptega to move from disparate spreadsheets to a programmatic approach to cybersecurity and compliance.
Founded in 2004, Cape Henry is a SeaPort-e Prime Contract Holder, a contract vehicle that enables the company to provide a range of services including training devices, courseware development, front-end analysis (FEA) support, and more. The company specializes in innovative training and simulation scenarios. Cape Henry owns a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) technology stack called Lighthouse, a high-velocity learning environment (HVLE) that’s designed to advance capabilities for training systems and requirement analysis. It powers the Carrier-Advanced Reconfigurable Training System (C-ARTS), which creates realistic training for Navy servicepeople in an augmented, virtual, and interactive environment.
Almost 60% of Cape Henry’s team are veterans, with almost 40% of them disabled veterans.
“With Apptega, we’re able to take a cost-effective DIY approach to cybersecurity readiness and compliance. The built-in guidance for each of the sub-controls helps us quickly compare what we are actually doing with what we need to be doing. Gaps are readily identified, and remediation tasks are set up in the platform to give us a 360-degree view of our status and plans.”
- Ed Myers, Compliance Director, Cape Henry