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CyberNB and FutureShield Collaborate to Support Critical Infrastructure Owners and Operators in Canada

CyberNB Inc. is pleased to announce a partnership with FutureShield Inc., a technology solution and consulting practice for physical & IT security, emergency management, and continuity that specializes in critical infrastructure protection. 

 

FutureShield is a Toronto-based company that has provided security and emergency manager clients with technology experience and software integration operational support for more than 30 years. President and Founder Cynthia Weeden will drive awareness for CyberNB’s Critical Infrastructure Security Operations Centre (CI-SOC) with industrial security leadership across Canada, as well as with the provincial and federal government.  

 

In addition to the CI-SOC, Weeden will promote CyberNB’s Critical Infrastructure Protection Network (CIPnet) membership program. CIPnet is Canada’s most extensive network of cybersecurity stakeholders, leveraging the power of collective impact to multiply opportunities for members at home and abroad. 

 

Finally, Weeden will ensure that critical infrastructure owners and operators and industrial security executives are aware of CyberNB’s Trust & Compliance initiatives, specifically the value of obtaining cybersecurity certification and demonstrating security and resilience through CyberNB’s Transparency Centre initiative with Lightship Security. 

 

If you are a critical infrastructure owner or operator with questions about the CI-SOC, CIPnet, or cybersecurity certification, please contact Cynthia Weeden at info@futureshield.com.

CIO Strategy Council and CyberNB Partner to Bolster Canada’s Cyber Readiness and Digital Resiliency

Today, the CIO Strategy Council and CyberNB announced a new partnership to bolster Canada’s cyber readiness and digital resiliency. This partnership aims to advance cybersecurity knowledge, expertise and collaboration among public, private and not for profit organizations across all sectors of the economy. By working together, the Council and CyberNB will drive the creation of intellectual capital to advance cybersecurity resiliency through the identification and delivery of collaborative research, standards projects, use cases, pilots, and proofs of concepts.

 

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CyberNB Launches Secure Online Portal to Offer Level One Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) Readiness Support to Canadian Aerospace and Defence Contractors

Fredericton, NB: CyberNB Inc., Canada’s epicentre for cybersecurity, announced today that it has launched a secure online portal to process all of the required controls necessary to meet level one requirements for Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) for Aerospace and Defence Contractors in Canada. 

 

As of September 2020, all U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) contractors and 

suppliers worldwide will need Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) in order to be awarded new contracts. By 2025, every single DoD supplier will need 

to be CMMC compliant. Last year, the Canadian Commercial Corporation (CCC) signed $1B in contracts with the U.S., while Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED) estimates that the DoD spent $2.5B from Canadian suppliers. 

 

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