Canada urged to speed up open banking

Delays in adopting open banking are costing Canada in missed opportunities and increased risks for consumers, according to an industry...

September 30th, 2020 Cindy Baker

Canadian IT leaders point to security as top remote work priority

Canadian IT managers believe work-from-home (WFH) will stretch on into 2021 but worry about the potential cybersecurity risks it could...

September 21st, 2020 Christine Wong

Why SASE must be part of your 2020 security planning

By Azim Makan The IT industry has no shortage of buzz phrases. So IT managers can be forgiven if the...

Sponsored By: Fortinet

What are digital certificates and how do they work?

Digital certificates contain crucial information about an online service or website, such as the certificate issuers' name, the CA's digital...

September 1st, 2020 Tom Li

Making the most of e-waste

Dusty shelves stacked with tablets and boxes filled with outdated smartphones: there’s nothing uncommon about these ghosts of technology past....

Sponsored By: GoRecell

IoT devices are the new Trojan horses. Here’s how to secure them

Right now, your vacuum could be checking out your home or office for would-be thieves. Many robot vacuums are IoT...

June 25th, 2020 Cindy Baker

Bell now offers BlackBerry Protect to business and government customers

Bell today announced that it has become a BlackBerry’s Mobile Threat Defense (MTD) partner and in turn now offers the...

June 16th, 2020 Tom Li

Digital Transformation Week 2020: Advice when you need it most

With the pandemic sparking unprecedented digital transformation efforts, organizations looking to peers and leaders for the best advice on what...

June 15th, 2020 Steve Proctor

Don’t install the Windows 10 update 2004 until these issues are fixed

Windows 10’s update woes continue. Hot on the heels of a botched security patch that was retracted on Feb. 15,...

June 1st, 2020 Tom Li