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RADICL, a cybersecurity innovator on a mission to better secure SMBs serving national defense and critical infrastructure, has released the findings from its inaugural “DIB Cybersecurity Maturity Report | 2024.”  

To better understand how SMBs in the Defense Industrial Base (DIB) protect themselves, RADICL surveyed 423 IT practitioners at companies with 101 to 250 employees. Those surveyed also identified that a significant portion of their company’s revenue comes from defense contracts with government agencies. The report aimed to assess the current state of cybersecurity within these crucial SMBs, uncover their most significant security challenges, understand their experiences working with outsourced service providers, and identify where they currently stand on their CMMC compliance journey.  

"Our report illuminates a significant gap in the cybersecurity maturity and posture of SMBs serving the DIB,” said Chris Petersen, co-founder and CEO of RADICL. “While it is encouraging that most prioritize improvements, there are critical and concerning lags that expose these innovative companies.  

“This report should be a wake-up call for the Department of Defense, U.S. policymakers, and SMB CEOs. There are concerning gaps in the ability of SMBs to deter, detect and respond to cyberthreats. CMMC/NIST 800-171 compliance, which mandates fundamental IT security controls, is also behind pace,” continued Petersen. “In contrast, nation-state cyberthreats are not behind pace and will continue to compromise DIB SMBs, steal their data, and disrupt their operations.” 

Key findings include:  

  • 61% report low to medium effectiveness in threat investigation, and 54% report low to medium effectiveness in threat hunting. 
  • 59% would take a week or more to detect a threat in their environment.  
  • 46% say cybersecurity-related incidents have cost their company $100,001 or more. Of those, 12% report that the cost was more than $500,001. 
  • 60% had four or more user/email accounts compromised in the past year.  
  • 59% had four or more of their endpoints compromised in the past year.  
  • The biggest security challenge is implementing and maintaining compliance with regulations, including CMMC.  
  • 81% have started the CMMC compliance process; however, only 13% are compliant with Level 1, and 11% are compliant with Level 2. 
  • The biggest challenge with outsourced providers is inadequate response time to security issues and incidents
  • Their biggest security priority in 2024 is strengthening access control policies and enforcement around sensitive data.  

To view a full copy of the report, visit https://radicl.com/radicl_dib-cybersecurity-maturity-report_2024

About RADICL  

RADICL provides SMBs in America's Defense Industrial Base Xtended Threat Protection (XTP). RADICL's purpose-built and proprietary XTP platform delivers SMBs full-spectrum threat protection and compliance management that is quick, easy, and affordable. The RADICL XTP Platform powers an AI-augmented virtual Security Operations Center (vSOC), delivering customers 24x7 automated threat analytics and monitoring, deep threat hunts, incident response, vulnerability management, security awareness training, and managed compliance adherence. RADICL enables SMBs in the DIB to spend more time running a profitable business to support our country and less time worrying about security and compliance. To learn more about RADICL XTP, visit www.RADICL.com

Contact Information:
Holly Hitchcock
[email protected]
702.758.4079


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The Birthplace of the Model T: Henry Ford’s Piquette Plant Celebrates 120 Years

The Birthplace of the Model T: Henry Ford’s Piquette Plant Celebrates 120 Years

The Birthplace of the Model T: Henry Ford’s Piquette Plant Celebrates 120 Years

NEH Awards $500,000 Challenge Grant to Preserve a Detroit Icon

The Birthplace of the Model T: Henry Ford’s Piquette Plant Celebrates 120 Years
Ford Piquette Avenue Plant Museum

A 1909 Model T in front of the factory where it was made, the Ford Piquette Avenue Plant.

The birthplace of the Model T and one of the oldest surviving automotive factories in the world, the Ford Piquette Avenue Plant in Detroit, Michigan, has turned 120 years old. Henry Ford constructed this long, narrow, wood and brick building to provide maximum light and air for his workers between 1904 and 1910. It is where Ford developed the car that put the world on wheels.  

As the factory celebrates its birthday milestone, on the heels of the 115th anniversary of the 1908 Model T, the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) has awarded the museum a $500,000 Infrastructure and Capacity Building Challenge Grant. This federal grant will match one dollar for every three dollars raised by the museum in support of crucial infrastructure projects and increased accessibility for the many thousands of visitors who tour the historic structure each year. 

Today, Piquette is a U. S. National Historic Landmark and nonprofit museum open year-round to the public. Through photographs, film, exhibits, original artifacts, and more than 65 rare vehicles, the museum brings to life the industrial, cultural, and social history of the City of Detroit just after the turn of the century. Saved by community volunteers in 2000, the building is miraculously preserved, offering an unparalleled place to explore early automotive history. It is an iconic tourist attraction in the place known worldwide as The Motor City. 

Despite significant repairs to the building over prior decades, however, the site is endangered, and volunteers are racing to install modern infrastructure that will protect it, and its rare vehicle collections, for generations to come.   

“Support from the NEH underscores the national significance of the Piquette Plant in American industrial history,” said Jill Woodward, President & Chief Operating Officer of the museum. “This is where Detroit’s origin story as The Motor City begins, right here in our Milwaukee Junction neighborhood, where Ford, Dodge, Cadillac, Detroit Electric and dozens of other automakers and auto suppliers were all operating. We hope community appreciation for our national automotive heritage will help us raise the funds needed to match the NEH challenge.”

The museum is currently tackling an estimated $10 million in capital needs including addressing cloth-covered wiring dating back to 1926, an inoperable fire-suppression system, a 98-year-old elevator, 120-year-old plumbing, and no heating or cooling throughout most of the museum. 

“Our greatest artifact is the building itself,” says Woodward. “Visitors from all over the world are amazed to experience the history of this place with its original patina intact.” The museum has engaged Detroit-based architectural firm Albert Kahn Associates to design the enhancements to the building. This partnership is fitting since the legendary late architect and founder of the firm, Albert Kahn, collaborated with Henry Ford to revolutionize the field of industrial architecture. 

The first affordable, mass-produced car for everyday people, the Model T sparked a worldwide transformation in manufacturing, transportation, and urban planning, as well as social and cultural trends such as The Great Migration and the population shift from farms to cities. By the early 1920s, every other car on the plant was a Model T. This car was in continuous production for nearly 19 years and more than 15 million were made. Visitors to the Piquette Plant today can stand in Mr. Ford’s secret Experimental Room, in the exact spot where the first Model T was conceived and built. 

Matching donations to support the "Preserving the Legend" fund at the  Ford Piquette Avenue Plant Museum can be made online at www.fordpiquetteplant.org. For more information, contact [email protected] or call (313) 872-8759. 

Contact Information:

Jill Woodward

President & COO

[email protected]

313-530-8269

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The Birthplace of the Model T: Henry Ford’s Piquette Plant Turns 120

The Birthplace of the Model T: Henry Ford’s Piquette Plant Turns 120

The Birthplace of the Model T: Henry Ford’s Piquette Plant Celebrates 120 Years

NEH Awards $500,000 Challenge Grant to Preserve a Detroit Icon

The Birthplace of the Model T: Henry Ford’s Piquette Plant Celebrates 120 Years
Ford Piquette Avenue Plant Museum

A 1909 Model T parked in front of the Ford Piquette Avenue Plant Museum in Detroit, MI.

The birthplace of the Model T and one of the oldest surviving automotive factories in the world, the Ford Piquette Avenue Plant in Detroit, Michigan, has turned 120 years old. Henry Ford constructed this long, narrow, wood and brick building to provide maximum light and air for his workers between 1904 and 1910. It is where Ford developed the car that put the world on wheels.  

As the factory celebrates its birthday milestone, on the heels of the 115th anniversary of the 1908 Model T, the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) has awarded the museum a $500,000 Infrastructure and Capacity Building Challenge Grant. This federal grant will match one dollar for every three dollars raised by the museum in support of crucial infrastructure projects and increased accessibility for the many thousands of visitors who tour the historic structure each year. 

Today, Piquette is a U. S. National Historic Landmark and nonprofit museum open year-round to the public. Through photographs, film, exhibits, original artifacts, and more than 65 rare vehicles, the museum brings to life the industrial, cultural, and social history of the City of Detroit just after the turn of the century. Saved by community volunteers in 2000, the building is miraculously preserved, offering an unparalleled place to explore early automotive history. It is an iconic tourist attraction in the place known worldwide as The Motor City. 

Despite significant repairs to the building over prior decades, however, the site is endangered, and volunteers are racing to install modern infrastructure that will protect it, and its rare vehicle collections, for generations to come.   

“Support from the NEH underscores the national significance of the Piquette Plant in American industrial history,” said Jill Woodward, President & Chief Operating Officer of the museum. “This is where Detroit’s origin story as The Motor City begins, right here in our Milwaukee Junction neighborhood, where Ford, Dodge, Cadillac, Detroit Electric and dozens of other automakers and auto suppliers were all operating. We hope community appreciation for our national automotive heritage will help us raise the funds needed to match the NEH challenge.”

The museum is currently tackling an estimated $10 million in capital needs including addressing cloth-covered wiring dating back to 1926, an inoperable fire-suppression system, a 98-year-old elevator, 120-year-old plumbing, and no heating or cooling throughout most of the museum. 

“Our greatest artifact is the building itself,” says Woodward. “Visitors from all over the world are amazed to experience the history of this place with its original patina intact.” The museum has engaged Detroit-based architectural firm Albert Kahn Associates to design the enhancements to the building. This partnership is fitting since the legendary late architect and founder of the firm, Albert Kahn, collaborated with Henry Ford to revolutionize the field of industrial architecture. 

The first affordable, mass-produced car for everyday people, the Model T sparked a worldwide transformation in manufacturing, transportation, and urban planning, as well as social and cultural trends such as The Great Migration and the population shift from farms to cities. By the early 1920s, every other car on the plant was a Model T. This car was in continuous production for nearly 19 years and more than 15 million were made. Visitors to the Piquette Plant today can stand in Mr. Ford’s secret Experimental Room, in the exact spot where the first Model T was conceived and built. 

Matching donations to support the "Preserving the Legend" fund at the  Ford Piquette Avenue Plant Museum can be made online at www.fordpiquetteplant.org. For more information, contact [email protected] or call (313) 872-8759. 

Contact Information:

Jill Woodward

President & COO

[email protected]

313-530-8269

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The Birthplace of the Model T: Henry Ford's Piquette Plant Turns 120

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