CyberNB is the only government mandated agency to focus on growing its cybersecurity ecosystem. We work with business, academia and government to:
Each and every day citizens leverage critical infrastructure assets, such as electricity to run their businesses, homes and families.
Ensuring that we take the necessary steps to protect critical infrastructure assets such as electricity, banking, telecommunications, andÂ food is critical. Canadians deserve a safe and resilient internet.
Our citizens and businesses deserve a safe and resilient internet. The goal of CyberSpark is to continue to build on our leading position in Canada as we focus on certification standards and best practices as well as leading physical infrastructure to support our businesses.
The global shortage of cybersecurity resources continues to grow. The global cybersecurity vacancy rate is expected to be 1.8 million by 2022 (347-513-1737).
The CyberSmart strategy is laser-focused on creating the right environment to develop our human resources to help mitigate the global shortage.
Creating the right collaborative environment where collision occurs, is the focus of CyberInnovate.
We bring industry, academia and government together for the right results.
The Canadian Institute for Cybersecurity (CIC) is a comprehensive multidisciplinary research and development entrepreneurial unit that draws on the expertise of researchers in the social sciences, business, computer science, engineering, law and science.