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Data sovereignty in the cloud: A chief privacy officer perspective

One of the most talked about issues today is that of data privacy.  And, in the digital world, the privacy...

February 5th, 2014 Brian Clendenin

Security breach legislation suffers another setback

Security breach legislation suffers another setback

It’s been nearly two years since the government introduced Bill C-12, its proposed legislation featuring security breach disclosure notification and...

May 29th, 2013 IT World Canada Staff

Why Washington’s lead on open data is worth following

Why Washington’s lead on open data is worth following

The open data movement is gaining acceleration in a number of governments around the world, including Washington where President Barack...

May 23rd, 2013 Howard Solomon

Canada as a data centre destination?

Canada as a data centre destination?

If free cooling is actually a critical part of future data centre best practices, wouldn’t you expect many U.S. companies...

March 19th, 2009 Rafael Ruffolo

Data protection and the pursuit of evil-doers

Data protection and the pursuit of evil-doers

Black comedy was perfected when George W. Bush began using the term "evil-doers" to refer to those who do nasty...

June 10th, 2004 Robert Ford

India working on data protection law

India working on data protection law

India may soon have a data protection and confidentiality law, according to a senior Indian government official."We are working on...

June 16th, 2003 John Ribeiro

EU official calls US financial privacy rules inadequate

EU official calls US financial privacy rules inadequate

Efforts by financial services firms to get European authorities to recognize U.S. financial privacy rules as being on par with...

June 2nd, 2002 Patrick Thibodeau

Cyberattacks against Pentagon on the rise

Cyberattacks against Pentagon on the rise

The number of cyberattacks and intrusions into Pentagon computer networks last year is expected to top off at 24,000, an...

January 11th, 2001 No Author