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Canadian municipalities are on an island fighting ransomware, and hackers are barely trying

While their interest in enterprises hasn’t waned, experts and public data suggest cyber criminals, some of whom have little technical skills, are targeting Canadian municipalities with surgical precision due to a disturbing lack of cybersecurity training and poor reporting protocols across schools, hospitals and municipal offices.
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CDN Top 100 winners take branching paths to achieve the same goal

The Canadian channel is a funny thing. On one hand, we have a slew of solution providers and channel leaders suggesting the future of...
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‘Data lake’ firm created by inventor of Google File System announces major expansion in...

San Jose, Calif.-based data platform firm Cohesity Inc. is expanding its Canadian presence with an office in Toronto and between 100 and 120 employees...

A multi-cloud approach – what’s in it for me?

By Michel Paulin, CEO, OVH A recent IDG survey reported that 89% of businesses have, or plan to, invest in digital initiatives this year. But...
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Almost 60 per cent of Canadian firms surveyed were victims of cyber attacks: Report

In its annual survey of companies Scalar Decisions makes some worrying findings. Read why
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Iristel now offers ‘cybersecurity as a service’

Pay as you go service will manage everything from email and firewall to databases
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Canada backs U.S., hackers ‘likely’ linked to China compromised service providers here

Canada's statement comes after US releases indictment alleging two Chinese citizens are part of a threat group involved in hacking managed service providers in several countries
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Starwood Hotels hack of 500 million customers over four years confirmed

Mariott Hotels this morning admitted encrypted and unencrypted personal information on 500 million customers who made reservations at one of its Starwood Hotels has...
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Canadian Centre for Cyber Security opens, to be focus for federal safety efforts

Consolidating scattered cyber work, the centre aims to be a highly-visible place where people can report cyber attacks and get advice

Cyber Security Awareness Month: Canadian firms not training enough, says expert

As the annual month of reflecting on what is successful in awareness training starts, one expert looks at why some employees aren't getting the message