Thought leaders in Canadian cybersecurity share their insights and contribute to building a collaborative community of cybersecurity specialists in research and education
CANARIE today launched a community webinar and blog series by thought leaders working in the Canadian research and education cybersecurity sector. The series will provide relevant, timely, and useful cybersecurity information to colleagues across Canada’s research and education communities and is designed to be responsive to evolving community needs.
Bob Gagne, Chair of the Cybersecurity Advisory Committee and former CIO at York University, has penned the first blog post in the series, Confronting Cybersecurity Risks Together, available now on the CANARIE website. Subsequent blog posts will be posted on the third Thursday of each month and promoted via CANARIE’s social media channels.
The webinar series will be held on the last Thursday of each month, at 1 p.m. ET.
The inaugural speaker for the webinar series is Lindsay MacDonald, Academic Sector Lead at the Canadian Centre for Cyber Security (CCCS). She’ll provide an overview of the CCCS and discuss cybersecurity services and tools available to the research and education community.
At the end of each webinar we’ll be asking participants what topics they want to see addressed, so be sure to join us to help shape the conversation!
Canadian Centre for Cyber Security: Products and Services for the Academic Sector
January 28, 2021, 1 p.m. ET
Register here: canarie.ca/cip/january
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