The Perfect Cut-Out: When Global Politics, Espionage and Greed Converge with Technology
Mar07

The Perfect Cut-Out: When Global Politics, Espionage and Greed Converge with Technology

Fluid, agile and accessible – the malicious use of technology can range from simple, uncoordinated attacks to complex, highly coordinated persistence. Figuring as tool in the commission of a crime or as a delivery system to exploit many vectors, ‘technology for bad’ is not new, but what we have seen recently is – and it’s troubling. When mixed with...

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Practical lessons in ISS: A roundtable with PAL Aerospace, Peraton Canada, and Thales
Feb28

Practical lessons in ISS: A roundtable with PAL Aerospace, Peraton Canada, and Thales

I founded OMX in 2012 as a collaborative platform to access opportunities at every stage of the procurement process. For most people, “procurement” simply means acquiring or building something. But for those of us in the defence sector, procurement extends to maintenance and upkeep – both in terms of physical parts and the training required to service the program....

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Technology and Philosophy: An Exoteric View of Zero-Trust and Federated Identity
Feb26

Technology and Philosophy: An Exoteric View of Zero-Trust and Federated Identity

Whether it is a malicious attack or an inadvertent release on protected or classified data, a breach of government data can level a severe blow to integrity and reputation, leading to legal and legislative consequences that impact partners, allies and the public. For those reasons, cybersecurity and privacy practices for the protection of electronic information go hand-in-hand. The verification...

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How blockchain can strengthen the military supply chain
Feb11

How blockchain can strengthen the military supply chain

It’s the stuff of nightmares: a counterfeit part makes its way into the military supply chain and is installed on a weapons system. This is discovered only after installation, upon failure of the weapons tests–or worse, in the field after a full weapons failure. How can such a scenario be prevented? Blockchain technology may be part of the solution....

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What Canada can learn from Israel and Estonia’s rise to cybersecurity royalty: It’s complicated
Feb05

What Canada can learn from Israel and Estonia’s rise to cybersecurity royalty: It’s complicated

A little over a year ago, I had the pleasure of presenting at CANARIE’s 2017 National Summit in Ottawa with my good friend, Roni Zehavi, CEO of Israel-based CyberSpark. A cross-section of scientists, practitioners, academics, entrepreneurs and professionals, the Summit showcased the interconnectedness of science, society and cyber–how it began, its evolutionary path, and what the future holds as this global convergence unfurls...

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Game Changer: Harry Page, President, Pleora Technologies
Jan25

Game Changer: Harry Page, President, Pleora Technologies

Harry Page spent most of his professional life working in semiconductor and networking companies. “This has provided exposure to and awareness of how solutions can be built from the sensor up by combining the best elements of semiconductor, hardware, software and professional services to deliver compelling solutions to our customers’ applications and use cases,” he said. Harry Page, President,...

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