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The U.S. and the EU have spent years building privacy agreements. Could it all be coming apart? Danny Bradbury investigates.
Your mobile device may be doing more behind the scenes than you think, warns Danny Bradbury.
An advanced persistent threat (APT) attack is a little like a bed bug infestation: If you have one, you can sanitize everything and put protective measures in place, but there’s a good chance they’ll be back.
Basic network hygiene and improved visibility can go a long way, as we might learn from the likes of Ashley Madison and Anthem. Danny Bradbury reports.
One of Canada’s intelligence agencies has been secretly monitoring file downloads across the world for years.
Canada’s companies are ill-prepared to meet modern cybersecurity challenges, according to a survey by the Ponemon Institute.
The Canadian government has introduced Bill C-51, an ‘anti-terror’ bill that will broaden the surveillance powers of government agencies.
A Canadian federal bill that would force companies to notify individuals of breaches moved a step closer to being law in October.
British Columbia’s provincial government is notifying 15,000 individuals after a privacy breach in its Wildfire Management Branch.
Canada’s RCMP cannot tell whether it complies with federal privacy law when gathering information about citizens without a warrant, according to a report.
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