New funding to deliver CanSSOC cyber security threat intelligence to Canada’s research and education sector

CANARIE announced today that its Cybersecurity Initiatives Program (CIP) will fund the Canadian Shared Security Operations Centre (CanSSOC) to deliver its Threat Feed service to eligible research and education (R&E) organizations at no cost. The CanSSOC Threat Feed uniquely serves the R&E sector by identifying emerging threats based on intelligence shared among national and global…

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Virtual event will help Canadian institutions better prepare for cyber security threats

The Research and Education Networks Information Sharing and Analysis Center (REN-ISAC) is presenting a virtual event in partnership with CanSSOC and Canada’s National Research and Education Network (NREN) to help Canadian institutions better prepare for the current threat environment.ssss With increased pandemic-related operational threats and research-targeted cyber attacks, Chief Information Officers (CIOs) face more threats…

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CanSSOC part of CANARIE’s new program to fund cyber security initiatives across Canada’s research and education sector

The Canadian Shared Security Operations Centre’s (CanSSOC) Threat Feed is among three initiatives prioritized for funding through CANARIE’s Cybersecurity Initiatives Program (CIP), a new national program to align the community to a common approach, coordinate and fund cyber security initiatives for Canada’s research and education sector. Announced on Nov. 30, the CIP is funding initiatives…