The latest thinking and news from the CIO Strategy Council.
Data is a valuable commodity in the digital economy, so demand is growing for competent privacy professionals who can safeguard it. But it can be difficult for organizations to identify candidates who are properly qualified for these complex roles, which require a solid understanding of technology, best practices, and the law. The CIOSC’s Technical Committee
With 2021 expected to be the worst year on record for cyberattacks, the CIO Strategy Council has published a new standard that will help smaller businesses protect their systems from intruders. The new standard, supported by the Standards Council of Canada (SCC), will form part of the requirements for CyberSecure Canada, a voluntary certification program
Role: Administration and Project Coordinator Location of work: Anywhere in Canada About the Role The CIO Strategy Council is looking for a versatile and resourceful professional to join our team. You can expect to provide coordination, planning, and assistance to a broad range of projects to meet the Council’s priorities and objectives. You will
The CIO Strategy Council is inviting comments from the public on a proposed new national standard governing how institutions managing data trusts should care for information that is used or share with others. What Is a Data Trust? Many emerging technologies will be useful only if they have access to large stores of information. In
The CIO Strategy Council is inviting comments from the public on a proposed new edition to Canada’s national standard governing how organizations share data with third parties. With the rapid growth of cloud-based platforms providing everything from email to payroll, organizations now share vast quantities of data with networks of vendors and suppliers. The standard,
The CIO Strategy Council is moving ahead with the creation of new national standards in two areas of growing importance to the digital economy. The proposed standards will specify minimum requirements around the design and operation of non-fungible tokens and create a national occupational standard for cybersecurity professionals. The work fills gaps in existing regulatory