While some industries have seen a decline in job prospects over the last 18 months, there’s one sector where job opportunities abound: cybersecurity.
Private college expects to open two new campuses in Manitoba and Alberta next year and beef up its online offerings as more students turn to remote learning during the pandemic.
When I tell people I work in the field of cybersecurity, I suspect they often get the wrong idea.
For anyone who has dabbled in IT previously, or has thought seriously about doing so, now might be the time to consider a new career path. 
As the risk of cybercrime climbs, a lack of cybersecurity talent has organizations looking to technology to fill the gap.
British cybersecurity firm Sophos opened its new Ottawa office Wednesday and is counting on a private local college to fill it with qualified staff.
A private Ottawa post-secondary college has launched a new certificate program it says will make the city a leader in training and employing network security professionals.
A California-based network security firm with a significant local presence says it might have to scale back growth projections for its Ottawa operations because it can’t find enough qualifi
Two major developments are bringing hundreds of engineering and high-tech jobs into Bells Corners, creating momentum for the oft-overlooked west-end neighbourhood.