Foundation / Corporation
Campus Consortium - OculusIT
In-kind support to USA, Canada, and International K-12 schools and institutions of higher education to improve cybersecurity. Grants are intended to provide technological solutions and assistance in order to reduce the possibility of data breaches. The purpose of the grant is to assist by relieving a portion of the financial burden and eliminating the necessity of internal technology expertise and equipment.
The Campus Consortium is offering an In-Kind Grant program for qualified institutions to subsidize the cost of technology solutions to reduce risk and meet compliance requirements. Password management, account provisioning and multi-factor authentication are some of the available systems and services. The consortium partnered with OculusIT, an EdTech company with a long history of providing assessments and secure technology solutions for the education sector.
The Education Cyber Risk and Compliance service offers:
Assess IT security risk
Advanced 24×7 behavioral monitoring
Protect data and assets with certified regulatory compliances
Please note: Campus Consortium In-kind grants are offered only with the specific EdTech vendor/partners. There is no cash award instead underwriting funds are distributed to the chosen partner on the institution’s behalf. Additionally, most Campus Consortium In-kind grants do not eliminate the entire cost of the solution but they significantly reduce the cost of software and services. Most Campus Consortium In-kind grants require a financial contribution from the awarded institution as a shared cost model to pay for the total cost of ownership of the selected solution.
GrantWatch ID#: 203270
Up to $100,000 in software licenses, support, and implementation services
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Apply online: https://www.campusconsortium.org/education-cyber-risk-and-compliance-in-kind-grant-organic/
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