National Cybersecurity Consortium receives $80M to lead Cyber Security Innovation Network

The Government of Canada has announced $80M in funding for the National Cybersecurity Consortium (NCC), which is co-led by five institutions: the University of Calgary, Concordia University, the University of New Brunswick, Ryerson University and the University of Waterloo. The funding will be used to lead the Cyber Security Innovation Network (CSIN), which will support the development of Canada’s national cyber security ecosystem and increase collaboration between academia, industry, and the government. The CSIN will focus on enhancing research and development, increasing commercialization, and developing cybersecurity talent to address the labour shortage. Canada| Concordia| UNB| IT World Canada Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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