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Carleton’s Global Cybersecurity Resource (GCR) — a business accelerator and offshoot of the university’s Technology Innovation Management (TIM) program — moved into Bayview Yards back in January 2017 and is the building’s largest tenant after the economic development agency Invest Ottawa, which has set up its headquarters in the space.

The GCR’s mission is to help grow businesses that operate in the cybersecurity realm, strengthen businesses that use cybersecurity as a differentiator, provide cost-effective cyber safeguards to small businesses, and develop talent to meet emerging demands of cybersecurity and technology entrepreneurship.


The Centre for Secure Information Technologies (CSIT), based at Queen’s University Belfast, has been selected by the Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport to partner with Plexal and Deloitte to deliver a £13.5 million cyber innovation Centre in London.

Located in the East End’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, the London Cyber Innovation Centre will help secure the UK’s position as global leader in cyber security innovation.

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau toured the Bayview Yards technology and entrepreneurship centre on April 25, meeting with the people behind several of the startups and organizations based in the renovated heritage building, including Prof. Tony Bailetti and Dan Craigen of Carleton’s Global Cybersecurity Resource (GCR).

Co-create and adopt world changing solutions to cybersecurity challenges


Advocate for, and raise awareness of, causes, policies, and recommendations.


Share content across keystones.


Scan horizons, anticipate emerging issues, analyze trends, and investigate new domains.


Evaluate the resilience of system-of-systems against cyber-attacks.


Matchmake people and assets across keystones.


Fund research and innovation and define budget allocations.


Each keystone provides resources and processes to other keystones.


Generate solutions to domain specific challenges.


Standardize our understanding of cybersecurity.


Expand skillsets and knowledge of individuals and organizations.