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Latest publications from our co-investigator

Here are the latest scientific publications our co-investigators:   Books C Boyd, A Mathuria, D. Stebila: Protocols for Authentication and Key Establishment, Second Edition, Information Security and Cryptography. Springer, 2019. In press. Blayne Haggart, Kathryn Henne, N. Tusikov: Information, Technology and Control in a Changing WorldUnderstanding Power Structures in the 21st Century Book chapters Barry Cartwright, George RS Weir, R. …

Bulletin du Centre antifraude du Canada- Fraudes ciblant les contribuables (Agence du revenu du Canada)

Le présent bulletin donne un aperçu des fraudes qui continuent de cibler des contribuables canadiens chaque année. Fraudes ciblant les contribuables Le Centre antifraude du Canada (CAFC) continue de recevoir des signalements de fraudes ciblant les contribuables par courriel, message texte et téléphone. Ces fraudes peuvent prendre l’une des formes suivantes : Les fraudeurs appellent …

Bulletin from Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre- Tax Scams (Canada Revenue Agency)

This bulletin was prepared to provide information on tax scams, which continue to target Canadians each year. Tax Scams The Canadian Anti‐Fraud Centre (CAFC) continues to receive reports of emails, text messages and telephone calls related to tax scams. Tax scams can involve the following: Fraudsters are calling consumers impersonating the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) …

Canada’s growing community.

In the four years we have spent working across Canada we have had the pleasure of meeting many small groups and individuals working to make cybersecurity better.  The initiative, innovation and commitment at a community level is amazing.  There are groups of students and professionals, startup companies and community organizations that are doing amazing things. …

ATLSECCON: Atlantic Opportunity

Its hard to keep growing professionally, particularly in a field as challenging as cybersecurity. It’s a dynamic and complex field with an ever-shifting landscape. Moreover, it’s a field that ironically requires both shared experience and non-disclosure agreements.  Security conferences fill this space, providing the chance to learn from leaders and network with peers. A commitment to …

We’ve Moved

The SERENE-RISC administrative offices have moved.  We are now on level 5 of 3744 Rue Jean-Brillant, Montreal.  We have unpacked almost everything and are getting settled in after the stress of moving two blocks to the west.  It is even easier for our partners and members to come and visit as we are now much …