NATO is a formidable market that spends, yearly, billions of dollars in acquisitions of all kinds, including some of the latest cybersecurity technologies. However, it appeared that Canadian IT companies are clearly underrepresented in this gigantic market. When we discuss this with our members at In-Sec-M, we also find out that the NATO acquisition process intimidates many …
It is therefore to better understand this process, identify who the key players are and know where to go to seek relevant information that In-Sec-M, the national cluster of the cybersecurity industry, invites you, October 15, from noon to 1 p.m. (EST), in collaboration with NATO and the Department of National Defence, at our first workshop dedicated to demystifying the process of purchasing and acquiring technologies and services related to cybersecurity.
A representative from NCIA, NATO’s primary C3 capability and cybersecurity provider, will present the structure, explain how to do business with the NCIA, where to gather relevant information and who to contact. The Canadian Defense Liaison Officer at NATO will also be present to explain his role with the Atlantic Alliance. A question-and-answer session will follow.
This virtual presentation, open to all Canadian companies and organizations, whether they are members of In-Sec-M or not, will equip participants for the next NITEC, which will also be held virtually on November 4 and 5. NITEC is NATO’s big annual event to take stock of its specific needs. A must-have for anyone who wants to register as a supplier with NATO.
DATE: October 15, 2020, Noon to 1p.m. EST
To Register: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/billets-atelier-in-sec-motan-in-sec-mnato-workshop-for-canadian-companies-123076263417
Any Questions : Contact NICOLAS DUGUAY at (514) 914-2785 or by email: email@example.com