Professor Manon G. Guillemette reacted to the TikTok directive. Traditionally, decisions on security measures are taken by university boards of governors. However, in this case, the directive was issued by the province itself. This situation may have raised doubts as to whether all the universities had thought this issue through thoroughly, as they generally tend … Read more
Bill 25 revises the privacy legislation. Additional obligations come into effect on the anniversary dates of September 22, 2022/2023/2024. There will be significant penalties for organizations that have not ensured compliance. The GRIC has therefore ensured that a complete, pragmatic training program of adequate duration is offered to Quebec organizations, whether they are in the … Read more
GRIC researchers participated as speakers at the Canadian Critical Infrastructure Industrial Control Systems (ICS) Security Symposium on October 25-26, 2022. From coast to coast, more than 350 people from the industry attended the symposium, which was hosted by Public Safety Canada. The researchers welcome participation as experts on panels, conferences or discussion groups. Do not … Read more
Professor Guillemette, Professors Chamberland-Tremblay and Oulaï, as well as Master’s student Mr. Olivier D. Landreville presented a Sherbrooke Innopole webinar on Bill 25 preparation to more than 150 people. The participants had excellent answers to their numerous questions! Presentation is available here.
Four GRIC researchers participated in the conference of the confederation of national associations of former students of the ÉNA-INSP with the theme: “The major challenges of public administrations: cybersecurity, quantum technologies, gender parity and climate change management” at the Longueuil Campus of the Université de Sherbrooke. In this regard, the three conferences were:
Professor Guillemette and Tardif had the opportunity to participate in the Colloque cybersécurité du secteur municipal on October 13, 2022 in Quebec City. Their presentation focused on the main challenge for any organization wishing to comply with Bill 25, which is to have access to adequate skills. The presentation is available here.
On Tuesday, October 11, 2022, the American multinational VMware announced the opening of the NG-IA Research and Innovation Center at the Montreal technology incubator Centech. The GRIC pools expertise with academic partners while taking advantage of VmWare’s cutting-edge technologies in multi-infrastructure, advanced networking and modern application development, including artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML). … Read more
The Interdisciplinary Cybersecurity Research Group (GRIC) of the University of Sherbrooke is making available to business owners a comprehensive and accessible guide on the digital identity of individuals. The digital transformation of businesses has forced the adoption of new practices in order to remain competitive. However, many challenges remain for businesses, especially SMEs. Prof. Daniel … Read more
It is with great pleasure that we announce that the Interdisciplinary Cybersecurity Research Group (the ICRG) is joining the ranks of the Integrated Cybersecurity Network (SERENE-RISC), a non-profit organization funded by the Networks of Centers of Excellence. Members of the ICRG will now be part of a community of academics, students, and professionals from the … Read more