Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC)

AUI offers CMMC training and education to help organizations work with the Department of Defense (DoD) to keep sensitive information secure.

Our Services

  1. As a Licensed Partner Publisher (LPP) and a Licensed Training Provider (LTP) of the CMMC Advisory Board, we offer licensed CMMC training curriculums and prepare students for the official CMMC exams.
  2. As a CMMC Registered Provider Organization (RPO), we prepare organizations for CMMC assessment
  3. We offer a suite of training courses on cybersecurity certifications featured in DoD’s Approved 8570 Baseline Certifications, including Security+ and Network+

About Woodstar Labs. 

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CMMC Training Curriculums and CMMC Assessment

Licensed Publishing Partner (LPP)

AUI’s Woodstar Labs is designated by the CMMC-Advisory Board (CMMC-AB) to serve as an official CMMC Licensed Publishing Partner (LPP). With the new designation as an LPP, we produce authorized CMMC training curriculum and materials based on CMMC learning objectives and exams. These materials may be used by a CMMC Licensed Training Provider (LTP) to deliver official CMMC training.

We offer customized and tailored training LPP content to match your organization’s branding and delivery style. In addition, our training team will develop training tools to include interactive exercises, customized videos, and deliverables to ensure maximized learning. If your organization has a preferred LMS, we can upload our content ensuring everything is accessible.

CMMC Licensed Training Provider (LTP)

AUI’s Woodstar Labs is designated by the CMMC-Advisory Board (CMMC-AB) to serve as an official CMMC Licensed Training Provider (LTP). With the new designation as an LTP, we are authorized to deliver training that leads to the certification of CMMC-AB Professionals, Assessors, and instructors.

Registered Provider Organization (RPO)

AUI’s Woodstar Labs is an official CMMC Registered Provider Organization (RPO). AUI has been vetted by the CMMC Advisory Board for organizational integrity and has fully committed to the CMMC Code of Professional Conduct.

As an RPO, we can provide CMMC advice, consulting, and recommendations to organizations that are seeking CMMC compliance.

CMMC Education and Training

Our courses are offered through our online eLearning portal, or in-person at our training facilities conveniently located by the Dunn Loring-Merrifield Metro Station, in Vienna, VA. Our cybersecurity curriculum is directly aligned with the cybersecurity core competencies established in the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s (NIST’s) National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE).

Woodstar Labs provides cybersecurity training to customers in strategic sectors ranging from law enforcement to election security. These training courses cover a wide array of topics, including CMMC, NIST SP 800-171, Network+, Security+, and CISSP. Through its chief information security officer-as-a-service (CaaS) offering, Woodstar Labs also offers cybersecurity network monitoring, analysis, and threat mediation services to select clients.

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