• Sponsors

The creation and transfer of new knowledge is one of the key reasons why companies choose to sponsor projects at MIT.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology


We work to meet the needs of operating system vendors, application vendors, end users, and other members of the Kerberos community by expanding the implementation and standardization efforts that MIT currently undertakes

Corporations who agree to support the Consortium in our Founding Year shall be called “Founding Sponsors of the MIT Kerberos Consortium” in recognition of their leadership and commitment to our mission and vision. Further, Founding Sponsors will be able to take advantage of the first year membership fee levels for the entire duration of their continuous participation in the Consortium.

Founding Sponsors:

Carnegie Mellon University

Centrify Corporation

Columbia University

Cornell University

The Department of Defense of the United States of America (DoD)

Fidelity Investments *

Iowa State University


Michigan State University

Microsoft *

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration of the United States of America (NASA)

Network Appliance (NetApp)*

Nippon Telephone and Telegraph (NTT)*

Oracle *

Pennsylvania State University

Red Hat *

TeamF1, Inc.

The University of Alaska

The University of Michigan

The University of Pennsylvania


* Has seat on Executive Advisory Board.