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Toronto Zoo says staff personal info stolen in ransomware cyberattack

The Toronto Zoo says it believes personal information of its current, former and retired employees was stolen in a ransomware cyberattack first detected earlier this month.

Liberals to hold auto-theft summit in February amid uptick in stolen cars sent abroad

Political leaders, police, border agents and auto industry executives will be called together next month to try and come up with better ways to slow the growth in auto theft plaguing most major Canadian cities.

After courthouse stabbing, Quebec prosecutors, constables call for more security

Organizations representing workers in the Quebec justice system called on the provincial government Thursday to increase security at courthouses.

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Banking regulator increasing focus on money laundering as risks rise: Routledge

Peter Routledge, who leads the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions, said regulators and banks are having to play catch-up on how criminals are trying to move funds. » Read full article

Extreme weather a growing risk to Canada's electricity grid: experts

A series of electricity grid alerts in Alberta during the deep freeze made headlines across the country, but experts say power systems all across North America are increasingly at risk of being overloaded during severe weather. » Read full article

Ontario, B.C. mayors urge Ottawa to create plan to combat business extortion threats

Two Canadian mayors are imploring the federal government to help create a multi-jurisdictional strategy to combat what they say are rising extortion threats towards businesses in their cities, particularly South Asian ones. » Read full article

Canadian Security Top 10 Under 40 2024 now open for nominations

Canadian Security’s annual Top 10 Under 40 is now open for nominations! If you know a young professional who is contributing positively to the security industry, please consider nominating them. » Submit a nomination



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