GDPR Assessment Grant
Based on the alarming non-compliance instances, Campus Consortium strives to safeguard individual privacy rights through its first ever General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Assessment Grant.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a new European Union (EU) privacy law that came into effect on May 25, 2018. It is designed to give individuals control over their personal data and is an important effort for protecting individual rights and freedoms. The GDPR applies to any organization based in the EU and organizations—wherever they are located—that are selling goods and services in the EU or processing personal data of individuals in the EU.
Organizations that comply with GDPR regulations smoothly and readily will strengthen their relationships with customers by protecting the security and privacy of their data and providing transparency into policies and principles.
Additionally, the robust data management capabilities required to achieve compliance can enable businesses to better engage with customers, empower employees, and optimize the creation and delivery of products and services.
BENEFITS OF (GDPR) ASSESSMENT GRANT
First of its kind, Campus Consortium is proud to offer a competitive GDPR Assessment Grant in collaboration with its trusted technology partner as part of the Campus Consortium Grant Program. The grant helps fund up to $20,000 in the entire process of assessment that includes:
1. An onsite visit.
2. Thorough audit.
3. Recommendation reports for vulnerability assessments under The General Data Protection Regulation.
In addition, Grant Awardees will also be eligible for Exclusive Consortium Rates to migrate their infrastructure to the cloud and be disaster ready.
*Auditor’s travel and lodging will be hosted by the institution and will not be covered in the grant award.
NO. OF GRANTS AVAILABLE?
There are limited number of partial and full Grants to be awarded
WHO CAN APPLY & WHAT IS THE QUALIFICATION CRITERIA?
- K-12 Schools and accredited institutions of Higher Education are eligible to apply.
- Previous awardees are eligible. Separate applications are required for each Grant pursued.
- For swift implementation, applicants are required to demonstrate institutional purpose in the form of a “letter of intent” signed by Dean/President or member of campus leadership team. The letter should ideally indicate problems the solution aims to solve, and why the Grant would be a helpful solution for the institution.
- Grant Application Due Date: June 20, 2019
- Review of Application by Grant Review Committee by: June 27, 2019
- Grant Applicant Interview and Technical Expert Session by: July 8, 2019
- Grant Award Letter Issued to Grant Recipients by: July 11, 2019
- Grant Award Walkthrough by: July 15, 2019
- Execution of Grant Award Agreement by: July 19, 2019
- Project Kick-Off by: July 31, 2019