Data Security
HALIFAX — Last year's breach of Nova Scotia's freedom-of-information website was entirely preventable, according to a pair of reports released Tuesday that slammed the Liberal government for failing to protect the public's personal information.
OTTAWA — Google wants the Federal Court to decide whether limiting search-engine results in the name of privacy would infringe Canadians' constitutional guarantee of free expression.
SHENZHEN, China — The founder of Huawei said Tuesday his company would refuse to disclose secrets about its customers and their communication networks, trying to lay to rest concerns the Chinese tech giant might spy for the Communist government.
WARSAW, Poland — Poland has arrested a director at the Chinese tech giant Huawei and one of its own former cybersecurity experts and charged them with spying for China, authorities said Friday.
TORONTO — The Bank of Montreal is creating a financial crimes unit bringing together existing capabilities around cybersecurity, fraud and physical security.
TORONTO — Canada's largest telecommunications group is getting mixed reviews for its plan to follow the lead of companies like Google and Facebook in collecting massive amounts of information about the activities and preferences of its customers.
Terry Hoffman, president and founder of Zerobit1, a Toronto-based security consulting firm, is about to launch a new e-learning platform he says will help to address the significant knowledge gap when it comes to keeping people and companies cybersafe.
BETHESDA, Md. — Marriott says fewer guest records were compromised than feared in a previously announced data breach.
SAINT JOHN, N.B. — As many as 6,000 people in Saint John, N.B., could have had their personal information exposed, an analyst group said as the city announced it was one of dozens of municipalities affected by a data breach to its online parking ticket payment system.
WASHINGTON — U.S. officials on Thursday said two alleged Chinese hackers carried out an extensive campaign on behalf of Beijing's main intelligence agency to steal trade secrets and other information from government agencies and “a who's who” of major corporations in the United States and nearly a dozen other nations.
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