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Health Canada sent the private information of two individuals to a Toronto resident inadvertently last month in a security gaffe.
A team of Italian researchers has presented a crack for the chip-and-PIN card verification system that they say makes it possible to skim a PIN number that can later be used with a stolen card.
Scientists in Canada have replicated a botnet to study its behaviour, infecting 3,000 virtual machines with the Waledec malware.
Security costs for the Vancouver Olympics ballooned almost five times over the course of the games’ preparation.
The Canadian government has apologised to a veteran after the privacy commissioner found that it mishandled his sensitive personal information.
Montreal-based spammer Adam Guerbuez has declared bankruptcy after courts in the United States and Quebec upheld a decision forcing him to pay over CDN$1bn to Facebook.
As the Canadian Privacy Commissioner concluded an investigation into Google last month, it slammed the company for its unauthorized collection of Wi-Fi data.
Canada’s federal government unveiled its long-awaited cybersecurity strategy in early October, committing $90 million over five years and $18 million in ongoing funding.
A computer containing the names of Tamil refugees has been stolen from the offices of the Canadian Tamil Congress.
Researchers presenting findings on the Stuxnet worm said “This is not a teenage hacker coding in his bedroom-type operation.”
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