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With files from Howard Solomon The British Columbia Supreme Court has ruled that the extradition process for Meng Wanzhou, Huawei chief financial officer and the daughter of Huawei’s founder Ren Zhengfei, will move forward. The decision Wednesday by B.C. Associate...
The Microsoft Build conference is developer heaven. It's also a great place to learn what's coming for the rest of us in the Microsoft world, and this year's conference, virtual though it was, was no different. Microsoft introduced several...
Today's podcast reports on international calls for an end to cyberattacks on healthcare, an Android security update to watch for  and a malware alert to Discord users
The Surface Laptop returns with a bigger screen and new AMD processors. How does it stack up in 2020?
TikTok is booming during the lockdown, trainers open up about moving their clients to a virtual setting, and the demand for VPNs in Honk Kong surge after Beijing proposes tough new national security laws.
Durham College, a partner and sponsor of SiberX, is participating in the siberXchange Live Summit this week to showcase new opportunities in autonomous vehicle and cybersecurity research. 
Workshop is the start of effort to create guide to best practices for governments to better protect elections
GitLab conducts an interesting exercise to test its employees' cybersecurity chops, virtual escape rooms are gaining popularity, and a growing number of adults join the millions of school-age and university students who have been studying at home during lockdowns.
Today's podcast reports on problems with North Dakota's COVID app, why you should watch for suspicious spreadsheet attachments and a hack at Mathway
Facebook’s work from home policies come with a catch, Apple’s latest iOS update includes coronavirus contact tracing, and researchers say a lot of the noise on Twitter around reopenining America is coming from bots.