Cyber security remains a rapidly evolving and expanding field, with both emerging security challenges and economic opportunities. To protect Canadians and Canadian businesses from cyber threats, Public Safety Canada will continue to play a leadership role in advancing national cyber security in Canada via the National Cyber Security Strategy, which focuses on: (1) achieving more secure and resilient Canadian cyber systems; (2) developing an innovative and adaptive approach to cyber systems, and (3) delivering effective leadership, governance and collaborating on cyber security across Canada by leveraging partnerships with the public sector, the private sector, and academia. In 2020?21, the Department will continue leading the coordination and advancement of the following goals of the Strategy:
Community safety practices are strengthened; Canadian communities are safe; Crime is prevented and addressed in populations/ communities most at-risk.
Canada can effectively mitigate, prepare for, respond to and recover from all-hazards events
Management and Oversight, Communications, Legal, Human Resources Management, Financial Management, Information Management, Information Technology, Real Property Management, Materiel Management, and Acquisition ManagementFor more information on Public Safety Canada’s plans, priorities and planned results, see the “Planned results and resources” section of this report.