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New Canadian privacy regime steps in the right direction, but experts ‘baffled’ and ‘troubled’...

Worries over the proposed tribunal for setting fines recommended by the Privacy Commissioner and worries the law isn't clear on protecting personal data sent outside Canada were mentioned

New privacy law may enhance powers of Canada’s privacy commissioner

Businesses will be watching how much power privacy regulator and consumers will get when updates to Canadian privacy legislation are announced today.

Cybersecurity survey by Canadian law firm offers surprising results

At least half of firms hit by ransomware are paying, study suggests, which one lawyer thinks is low. It also suggests only 29 per cent of organizations have an effective cyber response plan that was followed after an incident

Ransomware gang behind Maze adds threat of publicizing victim info to list of capabilities

The gang behind the Maze ransomware has set up a website that names organizations that refuse to pay. A Canadian security expert explains the ramifications

Cyber security predictions 2019: Watch for these four important Canadian privacy reports

As part of a roundup cyber nightmares in 2018 we look ahead at reports coming from the federal privacy commissioner and cyber security predictions from five experts

Google bug exposed user data, company held back notifying people

Canadian privacy expert Ann Cavoukian complains about effort to hide what she calls a data breach
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Data on hundreds of thousands of Canadians left on bankrupt retailer’s hard drives for...

Drives, servers and PCs apparently abandoned after retailer NCIX closed last December had huge amount of of personal customer data that should have been erased, says lawyer

Controversy erupts over Five Eyes countries’ statement on encryption

When Canada and its four intelligence partners met for their annual meeting they agreed ICT providers should be asked to 'voluntarily establish lawful access solutions for data needed by police. What does that mean?

G7 vows to work with ISPs, social media to fight abuse of personal data...

Final communique -- not endorsed by the U.S. -- calls on co-operation to fight interference in democracies through disinformation and stop the illegal use of personal data and breaches of privacy

Canadian firms under GDPR deadline pressure from European partners

Calls to Canadian law firms for help with GDPR compliance have increased in the past month. Ready why, and where to find last-minute resources