Campus Consortium Awards $121,000 in Technology Grant to K-12 School Districts

Grant Includes 24/7 Cloud Service to Prevent, Detect, Analyze and Respond to Cybersecurity Threats and Cloud Hosted Identity and Access Management Solution

June 30, 2022, Miami: Campus Consortium, a leading global Nonprofit education association, is pleased to announce that it has awarded $121,000 Technology In-Kind Grants to Stonington Public Schools and Alum Rock Union School District. Awarded grants include 24/7 Cloud Service to Prevent, Detect, Analyze and Respond to Cybersecurity Threats (SOC – as-a – Service) and Cloud Hosted Identity and Access Management solution. The SOC service will enable the institution to detect cyber threats, protect their data and assets with certified regulatory compliances, avoid additional costs of maintaining a cybersecurity team and leverage the expertise of a trained security team 24/7 and cloud hosted identity and access management solution will help institution modernize their campus and provide essential services, security, compliance and internal controls for people and data. 

“Single Sign-On helps us improve the student, parents, faculty and staff online experience. Our new system decreases IT support requirements and increases efficiency for our community,” said Leila Shatara, Head of School, Noor-Ul-Iman School.

We were looking for an affordable and effective IT solution for our campus cybersecurity. The Security Operations Center-as-a-Service Grant provides advanced security supported by trained specialists and significantly reduces the possibility of cyber threats,” said Michael Klein, Director of Information Technology, Killingly Public Schools. 

“Data Security and Identity Assessment are some of our concerns. The IT Security and Vulnerability Assessment and SOC-as-a-Service Grants will help us implement a technology platform to minimize vulnerabilities and inefficiencies,” said Jorge Martinez, Director of Instructional/Information Technology, Valley View Independent School District. 

“We are committed to serve all educational institutions from primary and secondary education school districts to Higher Education Colleges and Universities. A wide variety of programs and services provide support, innovation and opportunities for all. Our welcoming and collaborative community is delighted to welcome Stonington Public Schools to Campus Consortium.” said Karl Horvath, Ph.D., President at Campus Consortium.

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About Stonington Public Schools

Stonington Public Schools is comprised of four schools that serve approximately 2020 students from across the Stonington community including the borough of Stonington, the villages of Pawcatuck, Lord’s Point, and Wequetequock, and the eastern halves of Mystic and Old Mystic.  The two newly renovated and expanded elementary schools, Deans Mill School and West Vine Street School, serve students in grades preK-5. To learn more please visit: stoningtonschools.org

About Alum Rock Union School District 

The Alum Rock Union Elementary School District in San Jose is nestled in the beautiful foothills of the Santa Clara Valley in the San Francisco Bay Area. Alum Rock is a family-oriented community committed to its children and schools. Alum Rock provide students with high quality twenty first century learning that builds upon their culturally diverse community to prepare their students to be lifelong learners and compete for the careers of the future. To learn more please visit: arusd.org      

About Campus Consortium

Since 2003 The Campus Consortium is a woman and minority founded collaborative member-based technology association serving all nonprofit organizations, educational institutions and underserved communities as a change champion, contact manager and problem solver to advance education, provide equitable access to technology and overcome financial, expertise and resource challenges. To learn more about Campus Consortium, please visit CampusConsortium.org or write to us at info@campusconsortium.org.

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