The State & Local Cybersecurity Grant Program (SLCGP) is a historic $1 billion investment in improving the nation's cybersecurity posture by empowering state, local, and territorial governments to address cybersecurity risks and threats to the information systems they own and operate.
But what exactly is going on with the $185 million and $400 million in funds appropriated for SLCGP in FY22 and FY23, respectively? Which states have already submitted and had their cybersecurity plans approved and which states received an extension for that vital step in accessing funds? What can local government agencies interested in pass-through funds do to access their share? And for those in states waiting until the cybersecurity plan extension deadline in September, what can local governments do now to get grant ready?
Join Grants Office and special guests from Okta to learn about the State & Local Cybersecurity grant program and how you can best position your organization to receive those funds. If you are from a government agency or public school district, college, or university looking to find funds to support your organization's cybersecurity needs, you won’t want to miss this event!