The Government of Canada has recently launched the Cyber Security Innovation Network program. This initiative will provide $80 million, over four years, to fund a national cyber security network to be led by Canadian centres of expertise on cyber security affiliated with post-secondary institutions, including colleges, (with a minimum of three participating centres of expertise), in collaboration with private sector and other partners. The network must be pan-Canadian and will enhance research and development (R&D), increase commercialization, and develop a pipeline of skilled cyber security talent across Canada. Applications are due Sunday, July 25, 2021.
Join officials from Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED) at this virtual workshop to learn more about the program and the role college and institutes can play. The session will be presented in both English and French.