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Cybersecurity Webinar & Blog Series Launched

[Ottawa, ON] 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 […]

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blog arrowDate: January 18, 2021


Confronting Cybersecurity Risk Together

Confronting cybersecurity risk is a challenge that looks much the same to all Contributed by Bob Gagné, Cybersecurity Advisory Committee Chair As I write this, in mid-December 2020, news is rolling out about the Solar Winds breach – a security compromise of seemingly unprecedented scope and scale. While this incident is uniquely significant, it is […]

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blog arrowDate: January 18, 2021


CAF Newsletter – January 2021

CAF Newsletter – January 2021 Important: Shibboleth Upgrade Recommended In December 2020, all CAF Technical Contacts were sent an email highlighting the necessity of upgrading to the 4.0.x version of Shibboleth. We strongly recommend that this upgrade be done as soon as possible. Here is why this upgrade is important: Issue: Shibboleth Identity Provider version 3.x […]

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blog arrowDate: January 7, 2021


DAIR Newsletter – December 2020

Welcome to the December 2020 edition of the DAIR Community Newsletter. We have exciting news to share with you. BigBitBus Selected to Develop New DAIR BoosterPack One of our DAIR graduates, BigBitBus, will be building the latest DAIR BoosterPack, “Kubernetes Automation Toolkit (KAT)”, which focuses on adopting containerization technology to help businesses: Start to use […]

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blog arrowDate: December 15, 2020


Announcing a New, National Program to Fund Cybersecurity Initiatives Across Canada’s Research and Education Sector

[Ottawa, ON] CANARIE announced today the launch of the Cybersecurity Initiatives Program (CIP), which will fund priority initiatives across Canada’s research and education sector. The initiatives will be delivered to eligible organizations through the provincial and territorial partners in Canada’s National Research and Education Network (NREN), in which CANARIE is the federal partner. In response […]

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blog arrowDate: November 30, 2020