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Cyber Centre again warns Canadian firms not to ignore cybercrime

Fraud and scams will be the most common form of cybercrime that Canadians will see over the next two years, says federal report

Data breaches cost Canadian businesses $5.6 million on average, risk losing customer trust

The post-pandemic realities of increased digital transactions and more hybrid work are driving a spike in cybercrime, with breaches becoming more expensive across North...

RCMP, FBI part of global take-down of Genesis criminal market

119 people around the world have been arrested as a result of co-ordination action by 17 countries

‘Cybercrime Atlas’ will help police, tech companies fight threat actors

World Economic Forum to host effort until it can become an independent platform

Your organization’s security revolves around one thing: your people

Data and IT systems security are often viewed as the responsibility of the CIO. In truth, data security is the domain of everybody in the organization. Not focusing on the human side of security can put everything at risk.

Microsoft 365 Credentials Targeted In Phony Voicemail Campaign

A new phishing campaign targeting the U.S. military, security software, manufacturing supply chain, healthcare and pharmaceutical sectors has been stealing Microsoft Office 365 and Outlook credentials.

YouTube Criticized For Failing To Address Elon Musk’s Bitcoin Scam Videos

YouTube has come under criticism for failing to put an end to Elon Musk’s fake Bitcoin videos that defrauded users of the platform.

Ransomware: strategies to reduce the risk of data loss and downtime

Ransomware continues to be lucrative for criminals in 2022, with attacks growing in sophistication, and targeting both businesses and individuals. A multi-faceted safety and recovery approach can reduce the risk of data loss and downtime.

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