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Government formally launches cybersecurity centre

Briefs | 10/01/2018 3:47 pm EDT
Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan, seen here in Ottawa in June, announced the launch of the government's cybersecurity centre on Oct. 1, 2018./ Hill Times photo by Andrew Meade.

The federal government launched the Canadian Centre for Cyber Security, the governing body intended to centralize and address cybersecurity threats, on Monday.

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