Cyber Centre Expertise
The Cyber Centre works to safeguard federal elections to protect democracy in Canada. This page offers training resources, tailored advice and guidance publications and additional services for voters, political parties, and election authorities.
This introductory document provides baseline knowledge about the cyber threat environment, including cyber threat actors and their motivations, sophistication, techniques, tools, and the cyber threat surface.
The Cyber Centre issues alerts and advisories on potential, imminent or actual cyber threats, vulnerabilities or incidents affecting Canada's critical infrastructure.
Ransomware is becoming an increasingly common threat, targeting everyone from individuals and small businesses to large private enterprises and government organizations.
Tools and Services
The Cyber Centre builds strategic partnerships with Canada’s critical infrastructure owners and operators in order to share enhanced cyber threat information and to promote the integration of cyber defence technology.
Assemblyline is a malware detection and analysis tool developed by the Cyber Centre and released to the cyber security community.
The Cyber Centre relies on the Cryptographic Module Validation Program (CMVP) to certify Information Technology (IT) products that are ready for procurement.
The Cyber Centre’s Learning Hub offers courses on basic, advanced and specialized topics in cyber security for employees of the Government of Canada and those who work on systems of importance to the Government of Canada.