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On today's podcast guest analyst Dinah Davis of Arctic Fox discusses election interference, misinformation and disinformation
Marriott International has been fined the equivalent of $34 million by the U.K. Information Commissioner for failing to keep the personal data of over 300 million customers secure. That's a drop from the initially proposed fine of about $170 million.
Panel to report in two years on ways municipalities, school boards, hospitals and social agencies can improve their cyber maturity
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Today's podcast reports on attempts to hack senior people with fake email invitations to real conferences, a Montreal hospital hit with a cyberattack and U.S. county documents reportedly leaked by a ransomware gang
A privacy investigation reveals that 5 million people’s images were collected at malls across Canada; People open up about the loneliness that comes with WFH, and U.S. federal agencies warn of cyberattacks against the U.S. healthcare system.
The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada discovered that Cadillac Fairview, a commercial real estate company, collected and analyzed five million shopper’s images without their knowledge or consent using an Anonymous Video Analytics (AVA) tool.
Don't be too quick to click, Canadain cybercrime expert and social engineering author warns
Hey, listen! AMD's 'Big Nav' graphics cards have arrived. How will they fare against Nvidia?
Many CIOs say they’re overwhelmed with managing the complex security environment needed to combat growing security threats. Now, there’s a way to solve that. Architectures today dramatically increase the attack surface, said Akshay Kashyapa, Technical Solutions Architect, Cisco, at a...