Univ of Calgary and JAWS to produce next generation of Internet security specialists
News | 05/04/2000 4:00 am EDT
A new million-dollar facility will open this fall in Calgary which promises a new option for companies seeking security products, interoperability testing and training. The eSecurity Innovation Centre is opening in a new University of Calgary facility, jointly funded by the university and Toronto-based JAWS Technology Inc. The project is intended to ensure a stream of fresh new grads for the security software and hardware fields, and help companies achieve global certification for next-generation products.
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