The offering of an increased number of services as a result of combined resources, enabling a greater breadth and depth of incident detection and response options for participating institutions.
The time between identifying an incident and responding to it will be reduced through the use of improved technologies, shared intelligence data and highly skilled employees.
Developing best practices, incident detection and response tools and artificial intelligence, such as machine learning.
By securing more trusted partners, smaller institutions can afford to participate, reducing the points of exposure for all institutions on the network.
The innovative nature of this project will attract highly-qualified specialists, including leading researchers and developers, who will want to be part of a team culture working with an exceptionally large set of security data.
Easier compliance with security standards, regulations and frameworks by leveraging a greater wealth of specialized expertise across multiple institutions.
Working as a collective will uncover more potential cyber security threats and attacks than any one institution can locate independently.
Once launched, CanSSOC will be the first-of-its-kind cyber security operations centre in Canada and pioneering leadership/institutions will be recognized for their collective efforts and successes.