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Only platforms can stop supply chain attacks, Black Hat conference told

Don't wait for governments, said keynote speaker. Instead, tighten Windows entitlements and sign all software code

Nokia Canada partners with EDC to strengthen supply chain

Nokia and Export Development Canada partners to strengthen the Canadian supply chain.

Industry leaders form new Semiconductor Council to strengthen Canada’s chip supply chain

Canada's new Semiconductor Council aims to bolster its homegrown semiconductor supply chain.

MapleSEC Satellite 2021: Emerging threats are ready to target critical infrastructure

Expect to see a lot of supply chain attacks in 2021, experts warn.

Canadian robotics warehouse company receives $34 million in government funding

AI and robots are proliferating the warehouses to bring same-day delivery to more places.

Updated story: Short list for $950 million supercluster initiative revealed

According to the government shortlist, many ICT-slanted supercluster bids didn't make the cut.

HP and Deloitte partner to push 3D printing adoption by manufacturers

HP and Deloitte say they are deepening an alliance with the goal of bringing digital transformation to the manufacturing industry.

Symantec links Elderwood hackers to IE zero-day

Symantec is crediting a sophisticated hacker group known as the Elderwood Project for discovering the latest vulnerability in earlier versions of Microsoft

Fake iPads from China ‘flood the market’

Retail websites - often in China - have started stocking knock-off iPads in the run-up to Christmas

GS1 Canada helps build online vaccine database

The supply chain standards organization has partnered with the Public Health Agency of Canada toward a central repository of vital information about vaccines licensed for use in Canada. The importance of the database to health care and supply chain workers

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