Jesse StaniforthJuly 25, 2019
Jesse StaniforthMarch 8, 2016
It may be a tired mantra for those dealing with the prospect of data breaches - "It's not if, it's when" - but it's no less true today. Breaches come fast and furiously, often without warning.
Jesse StaniforthMarch 1, 2016
The growth of breaches has ushered in an economy of service providers. Jesse Staniforth reports.
Jesse StaniforthOctober 6, 2015
Data that can be monetized is, simply put, a magnet for the bad guys. No matter whether your organization is big or small, if you have desirable data, you can no longer afford to wonder whether or not to invest in cybersecurity insurance.
Jesse StaniforthOctober 1, 2015
Insurance to cover loss after a data breach is becoming mainstream, but buyers must investigate the options, reports Jesse Staniforth.
Jesse StaniforthJune 1, 2015
Companies benefit by communicating with each other about the attacks they've incurred, reports Jesse Staniforth.
Jesse StaniforthMay 7, 2014
A Romanian website is publishing public Canadian records for profit.
The Data Privacy Act has been greeted with great protest from privacy advocates.
The Heartbleed bug cost the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) 900 social insurance numbers, which were stolen by a hacker exploiting the OpenSSL flaw.
The government of Canada requested subscriber data from Canadian telecommunications firms once every 27 seconds, says a researcher.