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Become a Member

Individual Membership

Why should I become a member of the network?

We believe that membership should be free to individual members. Many are students, have limited funds, or are busy raising families and buying homes. There should never be a cost to coming home. We want the Canadian Cybersecurity Network to be your home, your place of refuge to recharge, re-ignite and accelerate your career. Businesses have to pay a membership fee so they can access B2B, discounts on the job portal and showcase their products and services, while supporting our members.

What are the benefits of becoming a member of the network?

  • Networking – grow your circle and your influence

  • Sharing – share knowledge and grow the community

  • Learning – learn from others to expand your opportunities

  • Mentoring – mentor or be mentored to become stronger

  • Careering – cybersecurity opportunities to accelerate your future

  • Influencing – advocate for policy changes to grow and secure cybersecurity in Canada

  • Investing – invest in talent, education, new ventures

  • Communalizing – be part of a community that goes way beyond companies

How long is the membership valid for?

Individual memberships are forever. We want you to be part of the family, there will never be a need to pay membership fees. 

If I do not live in Canada, can I become a member?

Absolutely, we want anyone interested in cybersecurity or in the Canadian cybersecurity market to be able to become a member. Our network is about growing Canadian cybersecurity talent and knowledge, so if you are interested in possibly relocating to Canada, starting a business in Canada, or just participating in an active dynamic community please feel free to join. Most programs are specific to Canadians and only Canadians can join them, like the mentoring, coaching, and career assessment programs.

Who can become a member?

Anyone, can become a member as we value ourselves on being inclusive. We are on a mission to help Canada grow its cybersecurity talent and business base. If you are interested in cybersecurity as a potential career, want to find work, are coming to Canada to live, want to learn about threats and malware or run or want to start a cyber business, join us. It is important that you adhere to the Code of Conduct and any other community guidelines that are set when you become a member. Note that if you are not Canadian you can be a member but programs are reserved for Canadians, other than the job portal which is open to anyone.

How do I become a member?

Visit here and select the membership that best suits you.

Business Membership

Can businesses join the network?

Yes, businesses can join the network but must pay a membership fee of $250 a year for an SMB (less than 100 employees) or $500 for companies over a 100 employees. Business associations or groups that support Canadian cybersecurity initiatives can join for free as part of a joint business partnership program. Fees for non-profits will be waived as appropriate. 

How long is the membership valid for?

Our memberships are anniversary and therefore customer focused, based so if you sign up today, your membership goes a full year, no matter when you buy.

Can I post jobs to members?

Yes, we have a job portal where you can post jobs so our members can access them. The job portal is also visible to the whole world as well and advertising and reach outs are constant to the global cybersecurity and IT community.

Can I advertise on the Canadian Cybersecurity Network?

Absolutely, we offer various opportunities contact us.

Who can become a member?

Anyone, can become a member as we value ourselves on being inclusive. We are on a mission to help Canada grow its cybersecurity talent and business base. Our goal is to support cybersecurity companies in Canada. By joining our network you have access to the largest cybersecurity member network of over 27,000+ members. Our members are the whose who of Canadian business. 38% of our members are in the executive and or management ranks, spanning all the key industries. 

How do I become a member?

Visit here and select the membership that best suits your business.

Can cyber community groups or associations join?

Yes. Canadian cybersecurity associations,  IT groups, not for profits and other groups involved in cybersecurity can become Community Partners, no matter how small they are. Local, regional, provincial and national groups are all welcome. We are all about creating collaboration and shining a light on you to help you grow and to provide our members with the ability to contribute as they wish.