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This episode reports on WordPress plugin backdoors, multifactor authentication and cyber insurance
From tax payments in bitcoin to bus schedules on Alexa, cities are taking their cues from Amazon to make their services more user-friendly. “The digital citizen is really taking off,” said Mike Melinyshyn, CFO & director of corporate services for...
This episode features a discussion with former U.S. cyber diplomat Christopher Painter on Ukraine, nation-state cyberattacks and the impending start of negotiations for an international cybercrime treaty
Municipal leaders say they’re making plans to strengthen the culture in their organizations once the health rules allow employees to return to the office. “Our plan is to come back in a hybrid mode for sure,” said Shawn Slack, director...
The pandemic has forced a fundamental shift in the way that cities like Toronto interact with their residents, according to its deputy city manager. “We have rapidly introduced digital services,” said Josie Scioli, deputy city manager of corporate services for...
Interpol says 50,000 targets may have been in the sights of the gang
Vulnerability, which has been patched, could allow a local attacker to cause a denial of service or execute arbitrary code
This episode reports on a cyberattack on the International Red Cross and more
Governments have reached a turning point in how they manage their IT security, according to a Google security expert. In the past two years, Zero Trust has evolved from being a buzzword to the top priority of governments, said Bryce...
Canada’s fixed broadband speeds jumped by 27 per cent in 2021, and mobile network download speeds increased by 15 per cent since July, says Ookla’s Canada Mobile and Fixed Broadband Internet Speeds report for Q4 2021. Fixed broadband According to Ookla's...