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CN Rail reports ‘internet connectivity incident’ disrupting Ontario passenger service

CN Rail says an IT incident affecting GO Transit passenger rail service in the Toronto area it began suffering Tuesday afternoon isn't related to...

Canada to create cyber security certification for defence purchases

Organizations that want to sell software and hardware to the Canadian defence department will soon have to meet requirements of a new cyber security...

Over half of IT services companies increased their number of suppliers in past three years: Report

Fifty-eight per cent of IT services companies, faced with growing challenges in the IT procurement ecosystem, have increased their number of active suppliers in...

Government of Canada invests $36 million in Ottawa semiconductor firm Ranovus and highlights U.S. – Canada collaboration

This week, Industry Minister François-Philippe Champagne announced a C$36 million contribution to Ranovus Inc. to support a C$100 million project aimed at advancing the...

Cybeats announces participation in Digital Bill of Materials industry project

Cybeats Technologies Corp (Cybeats) has announced that Unisys, Cybeats, Ceritas, DeltaDAO and the National Manufacturing Institute of Scotland (NMIS) have launched a supply chain...

Look to your supply chain data to measure carbon footprint: Microsoft-TCS study

As global warming reaches record highs, more companies are promising multiple sustainability efforts, whether it is shared global goals to cut carbon emissions or...

Supply chain disruption: why it’s happening and how to tackle the problem

At Project Production Institute’s ninth annual symposium, Todd R. Zabelle, founder and president of Strategic Project Solutions Inc, and Hunter Newby, owner of Newby...

Google urges developers to build more secure software

Report says developers should adopt the Supply chain Levels for Software Artifacts (SLSA) framework to reduce the odds applications can be compromised

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Security is everyone’s priority

By Dana Mitchell, Director, Cybersecurity Solutions Group, Microsoft Canada Digital transformation, cloud computing and a sophisticated threat landscape are forcing everyone to rethink the roles...