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Hashtag Trending July 28 – Facebook courts religious groups; YouTube censor’s Brazil’s President; Jeff Bezos offers NASA $2 billion deal

Today's Hashtag Trending script was prepared by Samira Balsara. Facebook is trying to set up a partnership with religious groups, YouTube removes videos posted by Brazil’s President, and Jeff Bezos offers NASA $2 billion dollars for a lunar lander contract. It’s all the tech news...




How to make careers in cybersecurity more accessible for women

Cheryl McGrath, Area VP and Canadian General Manager for Optiv, discusses ways to make the cybersecurity industry more welcoming to women

The road less travelled: A leadership story about careers in cybersecurity

Marcia Sequeira's journey to leadership in cybersecurity with Trend Micro

Hashtag Trending July 29 – Scam baiter gets baited; Alien search using AI; Dell PC energy compliance

Today's Hashtag Trending script was prepared by Jori Negin-Shecter. Scam-baiting YouTuber falls victim to scammers, scientists are using AI in search of alien tech, and new...

Average cost of a data breach still rising, says IBM study

Study also suggests the increasing number of staff working from home contributed to the recent costs of breaches

Many firms preparing for proposed changes to Canada’s privacy law: Survey

Survey by PwC Canada also shows 30 per cent believe the proposed changes will positively impact their firms' bottom line

Intel node rename – not pulling a fast one

Nanometre no more. Intel will adopt a new naming scheme to better reflect its fabrication technology.

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