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  • 04 Aug 2016 16:48 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Toronto-based Nymity, a global research company specializing in accountability, risk, and compliance solutions, has announced its expansion to The Hague. Nymity’s new office in the Netherlands will support its growing EU customer base and is its first on mainland Europe.

    With evolving privacy and data protection laws worldwide, Nymity is helping prepare European companies for the EU’s upcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which will take effect on May 25, 2018. The company is already a leader in the European software solutions market.

    “After establishing our presence in Europe with our London location, we continue to expand in The Hague in order to support the implementation of the GDPR,” said Terry McQuay, Nymity’s President and Founder. “Nymity hopes to be at the forefront and center in order to help the privacy community with our knowledge and privacy management solutions, enabling organizations to be accountable and compliant.”

    Nymity’s office in the Netherlands joins its global network of locations in Toronto, Canada; Colorado, United States; Bogotá, Colombia; and London, United Kingdom.


  • 25 Jul 2016 17:12 | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    The acclaimed World Press Photo exhibition is back at the Canadian War Museum. Be inspired to see the world differently by visiting this year’s edition of the World Press Photo exhibition, which is on display from July 21 until August 17, 2016. Admission is free.

    The World Press Photo exhibition is the world’s leading international contest for photo journalists. Now in its 59th year, the annual World Press Photo Contest features 141 moving and thought provoking images taken during the course of 2015. Led by Francis Khon, Director of Photography at Agence France-Presse (AFP), the jury awarded the overall prize to Australian photographer Warren Richardson for his powerful image of refugees crossing the border from Serbia into Hungary, near Horgos (Serbia) and Roszke (Hungary).

    This exhibition is developed and circulated by World Press Photo and is presented at the Canadian War Museum in partnership with the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.

    For more information, please visit worldpressphoto.org and warmuseum.ca

  • 20 Jun 2016 16:21 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Montreal has been named 2016 Intelligent Community of the Year in recognition of its Smart City plan, which was introduced in 2011. The honour was bestowed by the Intelligent Community Forum at an event at the Columbus Zoo on Thursday.

    The New York-based ICF praised Montreal’s Smart City plan, which includes improving broadband infrastructure and technology, as well as the city’s gaming industry and Cirque du Soleil as examples of Montreal’s unique culture. It also notes that Montreal’s universities have a high graduation rate that ICF says feeds “the region’s fast-growing knowledge economy.”

    Read the full story at montrealgazette.com.

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