Commonwealth Sentinel Cyber Security Grant for Kentucky Non-Profits!
As large companies invest billions to hardening their cyber security defenses, cyber criminals have adapted by attacking smaller organizations with fewer resources to protect themselves. Not a week goes by without a news story about new ransomware attacks against small businesses, local governments, and even charities.
The FBI predicts damage from cyber attacks will top $6 billion in 2021. These attacks cost time, money, and damage to an organization’s reputation.
During 2020, non-profit contributions were down, and staff worked from home. This opened organizations to more significant cyber risks.
Commonwealth Sentinel will select at least three non-profits to receive a Vulnerability and Threat Evaluation along with a detailed plan of actions to improve the organizations’ cyber health, staff training, and one year of Dark Web and network monitoring.
Closing of Application Period: April 16, 2021
Applicant Interviews: April 19 – April 28, 2021
Recipients Announced: April 30, 2021
Work will be conducted through 2021
Applications must be received by COB on April 16, 2021
Call (502) 320-9885 for more information.