The latest thinking and news from the Digital Governance Council (formerly the CIO Strategy Council) and the Digital Governance Standards Institute.
In a landmark development for the Canadian nonprofit sector, the Digital Governance Council (DGC) has joined forces with Imagine Canada, The Dais Institute, and Blueprint to launch “Futureproofing the Community
A collaborative approach critical for sustainable digital economy The Digital Governance Council (DGC) continues collaboration with the Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC) on the latest report released, “Building a
Correction to CAN/CIOSC 100-1:2020, CAN/CIOSC 100-2:2020, CAN/CIOSC 101:2019 and CAN/CIOSC 103-1:2020
TORONTO, October 8, 2020 – The CIO Strategy Council notifies users having downloaded CAN/CIOSC 100-1:2020, CAN/CIOSC 100-2:2020, CAN/CIOSC 101:2019 and CAN/CIOSC 103-1:2020 of changes made to the conformity assessment provision
OTTAWA, October 1, 2020 – As unprecedented measures to fight COVID-19 have industries, governments and businesses adapting to new realities, 2020 also presented Canadians with an opportunity to define our new normal – as
The CIO Strategy Council Leads the Development of a National Standard for Responsible Contact Tracing in the Workplace
TORONTO, September 23, 2020 – Organizations around the world are faced with the need to reevaluate digital strategies to reopen workplaces safely in a post COVID-19 world. In the last
CIO Strategy Council and Deloitte Canada partner to launch new monthly webcast series geared towards Canada’s global competitiveness
In our continuous effort to improve Canada’s global competitiveness, the CIO Strategy Council is pleased to be partnering up with Deloitte Canada and launch our new monthly webcast series called
Read latest article by Matthew MacNeil, our Director of Standards and Technology on “Canada’s new Cyber Security Program for SMOs: An inside look at the development of Canada’s National Cyber Security Standard” featured in the Cyber Business Review
Small-and-medium organizations (SMO) are vulnerable to cyber attacks. With limited IT budgets and technical resources, SMOs are prime targets for bad actors. According to Statistics Canada: 19% of small businesses
Read the latest article by Matthew MacNeil, our Director of Standards and Technology on “How National Standards are Shaping the Digital Economy” featured in the Cyber Business Review.
Some industry leaders of the Canadian information and communications technology ecosystem understand how standards are shaping our digital economy and the critical role they play in developing them as technology