CyberSheath, the largest Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) managed service vendor for the Defense Industrial Base (DIB), has hired Jeremy Mares as its Vice President of Sales.
Mares will look to expand CyberSheath’s customer base to address a largely under secured segment of the market and help strengthen the federal government’s growing supply chain. CyberSheath research finds that more than two thirds of Department of Defense (DoD) contractors lack appropriate access controls to secure controlled unclassified information.
“We’ve seen tremendous growth over the last year as we have worked to give defense contractors a managed solution for CMMC compliance,” said Eric Noonan, CEO of CyberSheath. “Jeremy’s unique background and experience will be of great benefit to federal contractors wanting a partner to help them achieve CMMC compliance.”
Mares has more than 25 years’ experience in sales, client management, and business development with a strong emphasis on outside sales and channel development. He is uniquely qualified to join the CyberSheath team with 10 years of cybersecurity experience, including CMMC services.
“CyberSheath has long been the leader in CMMC compliance, with its unique and holistic solution to the CMMC compliance problem,” said Mares. “I’m eager to join the team so we can continue on this growth path.”
Mares joins CyberSheath from Redspin, the first organization to successfully pass the CMMC Level 3 certification as a CMMC Third Party Assessor Organization (C3PAO), where he built a new service line encompassing CMMC compliance services and developed channels within the DIB. Previous stops include Sikich, Service Master, Paychex, and Countrywide Mortgage Lending.
On the heels of an investment from Lightview Capital six months ago, which enabled expansion to meet market demand, CyberSheath has expanded growth through new services like Federal Enclave and a partner program. CyberSheath is continuing its educational efforts by bringing back CMMC CON on September 28, 2022.
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