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Coffee Briefing Feb. 20 – Google Cloud stops charging customers for moving to another cloud provider; Thomson Reuters launches AI legal assistant in Canada;...

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Ottawa willing to improve cybersecurity bill, ministers tell MPs

Industry Minister François-Philippe Champagne and Dominic Public Safety LeBlanc urged MPs to pass the proposed law quickly

Inadequate ID authentication blamed for 2020 data thefts at Canada Revenue, ESDC

Data of 48,000 Canadians stolen, says federal privacy commissioner -- and attackers were also able to fraudulently get COVID-19 and unemployment insurance benefits

EY Canada, Microsoft launch climate stress testing initiative for FIs

Consulting and accounting firm EY Canada today launched the EY Climate Stress Testing and Scenario Analysis solution, a service running on Microsoft Azure which...

NRC announces funding for quantum collaborations

The National Research Council of Canada (NRC) today announced that 11 Canadian companies have been selected to receive funding to collaborate on projects with...

Serious IT incidents in Canadian financial sector almost tripled in 2023

MPs told there were 28 reportable Priority 1 IT incidents in 2023, up from 10 the year before

Government departments ignored management practices, failed to oversee ArriveCan app: Auditor General

Disregard by bureaucrats of policies and controls combined with the lack of information to support ArriveCAN spending means questions remain unanswered

Canada falling behind G7 peers in cybersecurity oversight, warns BlackBerry

Company official urges MPs to pass proposed cybersecurity law for critical infrastructure providers. Read why

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The Bill-C-26 Regulation and Its Implications for The Critical Infrastructures’ Cybersecurity in Canada

By Frank Lawrence and Eric Jensen, Fortinet As the last G7 nation and one of the few G20 nations without a firm regulatory framework around...

From start-up to step-up: Mississauga’s support for next stage growth

Are you an entrepreneur looking to start or scale up your business? Or a decision maker planning to grow your company? Look no further...

Driving citizen value: Reinventing the government wheel

Governments have beefed up their websites, released mobile apps, and embraced new technologies, yet they struggle to keep pace with what people want. Despite...

The GDPR is about to change your business. Are you ready?

When the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into effect on May 25th, it will have major ramifications for Canadian businesses. Drafted in part...