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Detecting intrusions before the attack

By Nick Alevetsovitis The bad actors perpetrating cyberattacks are a growing threat, with bolder and more sophisticated approaches. Cybersecurity attacks are often described as a...

Why a network security model just won’t cut it for the cloud

By Subhalakshmi Ganapathy, Product Evangelist, ManageEngine When an IBM study found that cyber risk is the only challenge weighing more heavily on the Canadian C-Suite...

It’s time for public sector tech leaders to get serious about their skills

Canada's public sector is currently lagging behind when it comes to the adoption of digital skills. Pluralsight's recent State of Upskilling report tells us that...

No slowdown in sight for dynamic tech hub in Mississauga

Did you know that Mississauga is home to nearly 1,000 IT companies? Not many do. Perfectly situated between Toronto and Waterloo in Canada’s Innovation...

Veer AI – Enterprise-level AI for SMB retailers

Small and medium-sized eCommerce companies may think applying artificial intelligence (AI) to retail is only for large retailers. They are envious of the ability...



Why bringing SAS Viya onto Microsoft Azure Marketplace is a big deal

With files from Lynn Greiner. On Sept. 27, SAS officially brought its Viya analytics platform to the Microsoft Azure Marketplace. The service enables Azure customers to...

Tenable announces new exposure management platform

Today, US-based cybersecurity company Tenable, Inc. announced the release of Tenable One, an exposure management platform that provides unified visibility into assets, assesses exposures and...

Post-graduate degree in offensive cyber security offered by Canadian university

Applications are being accepted now for the eight-month course, which starts in May, 2023

Coffee Briefing October 4, 2022 – Cisco awards; Intuit’s new Toronto office; Twitter launches new video features; and more

Coffee Briefings are timely deliveries of the latest ITWC headlines, interviews, and podcasts. Today’s Coffee Briefing is delivered by IT World Canada’s editorial team! Missed last week’s Coffee Briefing? We’ve...

Montreal defence supplier hit by ransomware

Simex says it is now free of ransomware and didn't pay a ransom. The AlphV/BlackCat gang is taking credit

Boards, CISOs often aren’t in sync on cybersecurity, says survey

On average 69 per cent of board members thought they see eye to eye with their CISOs. However, only 51 per cent of CISOs thought they see eye to eye with their boards