HORNE Earns C3PAO Designation

HORNE’s cyber team recently earned The Cyber AB Certified Third-Party Assessor Organization (C3PAO) designation which allows HORNE to perform specific cybersecurity assessments for Organizations Seeking Compliance (OSC) through contractual agreements. Currently, less than 50 US companies have this designation, and with a growing number of organizations requiring a specific assessment from a C3PAO, we are grateful to be one of the few that can offer our services.

“I’m proud of our team and their hardwork to earn this designation, and I’m looking forward to how we’ll serve clients in the coming days. As an approved CMMC Third-Party Assessor Organization™ (C3PAO), our team of CMMC-AB Registered Practitioners™ (RPs) has years of experience in providing assessment services for DoD contractors, government entities and large organizations across multiple industries.” HORNE Account Executive Sarah Duncan.

HORNE also offers a CMMC Readiness Assessment which provides a personalized, customized approach that is designed to help you meet CMMC requirements, compete more effectively for bids and mature your cybersecurity program.

If you are interested in learning more or getting started with an assessment, contact Sarah Duncan.

Sarah Duncan

Sarah Duncan

Account Executive

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