The CCTX is making cybersecurity headlines across Canada


  • National Post – January 18, 2016: “Ahmad, Hylton & Karn: It’s time to beef up our cyber defences” – With cyber attacks steadily increasing in sophistication, frequency and magnitude, we must ask ourselves whether Canada is ready to meet the challenge these threats pose to our economy, national security and the overall wellbeing of Canadians. Unfortunately, when compared to the United States, the United Kingdom or Germany, Canada is clearly lagging in terms of cyber readiness…
  • Financial Post – December 11, 2015: “Canadian companies have a big new ally in the fight against cyber crime” – Businesses in Canada will soon have a new network to guard against cyber crime, which is costing them more than $3 billion a year. Nine major Canadian companies, including the big telcos and some of the Big Five banks, along with the Canadian Council of Chief Executives…
  • CBC – December 11, 2015: “The CCTX will allow Canadian businesses to look forward to their cybersecurity safety in 2016” – Leaders of some of Canada’s largest industries are creating a new network to help businesses and the public stay abreast of emerging cyber threats from malware, hackers and online criminals…
  • Business News Network – December 11, 2015: “Canada in need of more cyber-security experts – John Manley” – The Canadian Council of Chief Executive Officers is launching a new initiative to fight cyber-attacks, but is warning the country needs more experts and eduction in the field…
  • IT World Canada – December 11, 2015: “New threat intelligence sharing site to open for all Canadian firms” – Canadian CISOs are about to get help in defending attacks through something few other nations have —  a national cyber threat information exchange for small, medium and large enterprises from all sectors…
  • iPolitics – December 11, 2015: “Canadian businesses launching organization to combat cyber threats” – Canada’s private sector is taking cyber security into its own hands in an attempt to get back some of $3 billion they’re losing to online thieves annually…
  • Government of Canada – December 11, 2015: Statement from the Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness on the launch of the Canadian Cyber Threat Exchange” – The Honourable Ralph Goodale, Canada’s Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness, made the following statement regarding the launch of the new Canadian Cyber Threat Exchange (CCTX), a not-for-profit cyber security hub…