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CyberNB Signs a Memorandum With the State Service of Special Communications and Information Protection of Ukraine on the Development of a Cyber Security Initiative

Fredericton, NB: CyberNB announced today that it has signed a multi-year agreement with the Administration of the State Service of Special Communications and Information Protection of Ukraine to empower members of the Critical Infrastructure Protection Network (CIPnet) to cooperate and collaborate in the development of Ukraine's cybersecurity sector. This agreement provides a major opportunity for CyberNB–a non-governmental, non-profit corporation–and its pan-Canadian CIPnet members, to provide the Ukrainian side with high-quality assistance in knowledge, technology, and equipment.

 

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Rogers and City of Fredericton Launch First 5G Network in Atlantic Canada

Rogers 5G network, powered by Ericsson, expands to Fredericton, making it the first in Atlantic Canada

 

Ignite Fredericton’s 5G enabled Cybersecurity Innovation Lab at Knowledge Park will drive innovation, in partnership with CyberNB

 

Next generation 5G network technology will drive productivity, fuel innovation and power New Brunswick’s economy to compete

 

FREDERICTON, New Brunswick (September 24, 2020) – Rogers Communications and the City of Fredericton today announced 5G is now available on Canada’s most trusted and reliable network in Fredericton, New Brunswick. Rogers 5G network, powered by Ericsson, is the largest in Canada, now in more than 60 cities and towns across the country and reaching more markets by year-end. Rogers has also partnered with Ignite Fredericton on providing 5G to its Innovation Lab at the Cyber Centre in Knowledge Park, which will be run by CyberNB.

 

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N.B.’s Future is Cyber

By Tyson Johnson

 

The provincial election has us thinking about priorities for the future, and cybersecurity should be at the top of any party’s economic growth strategy. Cybersecurity is already booming in New Brunswick and is poised to play a much more significant role in our provincial economy, with future job prospects in the thousands and a push to be the national cybersecurity epicentre underway.

National epicentre, you say?

 

Yes. This is a realistic goal backed by a strong track record.

 

While the idea of New Brunswick as a national digital leader may challenge your perception of our economy as one rooted in natural resources and energy, cybersecurity isn’t a promising pipe dream. It’s already proven by years of strategic growth.

 

And if you think cybersecurity is only for techies or is the stuff of blockbuster thrillers about international hackers or the dark web, think again.

 

We all live with cybersecurity every day. Life as we know it would grind to a halt without it.

 

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Growth, Collaboration and Results in Cybersecurity are happening in New Brunswick, Canada

"Thanks to the efforts of CyberNB, the mandated agency to focus on growing the cybersecurity ecosystem in New Brunswick and beyond, the province is proudly leveraging the expertise of industry, academia, not-for-profits, and all levels of government to built out cybersecurity programs from K-12 levels, post-secondary, and continuous education categories."

 

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The evolution continues. Meet CyberNB 3.0

CyberNB has evolved into an independent non-profit with Canada’s most extensive cybersecurity membership program.

This is the independent organization that will take Canada’s cybersecurity industry to the next level. We are a super-connector between business, government and academia, multiplying opportunities at home and abroad for our members and partners. 

 

CyberNB was founded in 2016 as a program of ONB, New Brunswick’s provincial economic development agency. It has evolved since that time, growing exponentially as it proved its value, coordinating success for partners and ecosystem stakeholders.

 

CyberNB 2.0 marked the step from program to organization. As a provincial crown corporation, we continued to add value, driving synergies and devising original solutions across the network. 

 

Now, the time has come to emerge as an independent national organization with global connections. CyberNB 3.0 is a non-profit overseen by a board of directors composed of leaders in business, government and academia from across Canada. This new iteration marks the launch of CIPnet, our membership program, and Canada’s most extensive network of cybersecurity stakeholders for critical infrastructure protection.