Researchers at the Cybersecurity and Privacy Institute (CPI) at the University of Waterloo have received funding from the National Cybersecurity Consortium (NCC) under the Cyber Security Innovation Network (CSIN) program. This funding marks a significant milestone for CPI, Waterloo and the NCC — reinforcing a commitment to advance Canada's cybersecurity ecosystem.
Twenty eligible projects were awarded a combined total of $11.2 million across three categories: commercialization, research and development and training.
Members of CPI will collaborate with industry partners Mastercard, BlackBerry, eSentire, Acronis, Ericsson, RMDS Innovation, Arcfield, Continental, Sera4 and Palitronica Inc.
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