IT Security and Vulnerability Assessment
In-Kind Grant

Eligible Award Amount: Up To $20,000 Over 3 Years
Application Deadline: May 31, 2022

What

Cybersecurity threats are here to stay, and attacks increase daily threatening the reputation and integrity of schools. Many of us are now familiar with news stories that highlight some of the biggest cyber threats affecting all organizations such as Phishing, Malware, DoS (Denial of Service), Insider Threats and Ransomware. Educational institutions are particularly vulnerable since they provide extensive customer service to students through the transaction of financial, personal, grades, assessments, healthcare and other sensitive information.

Why

Knowledge is power and prevention. An IT security assessment of your institution can identify internal and external cybersecurity threats and prioritize action items to ensure your operations continue uninterrupted. An IT security assessment prevents, detects, analyzes and provides a mitigation plan to correct and secure data and personal information. Completely remote, a IT security assessment does not require work or support from internal IT staff.

How

The Campus Consortium is offering an In-Kind Grant program for qualified institutions to subsidize the cost of a SOC system. The consortium partnered with OculusIT, an EdTech company with a long history of providing assessments and secure technology solutions for the education sector. The intent of this In-Kind Grant is to assist by relieving a portion of the financial burden and eliminate the necessity of internal

(Find out more about Campus Consortium In-Kind Grants or email info@campusconsortium.org)

IT Security and Vulnerability Assessment
In-Kind Grant

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