There’s no denying it: Canadian businesses must adopt a corporate culture that embraces cyber resilience through innovation and long-term planning strategies. From education to collaboration — and from big corporations to small businesses — Cyber Resilience explores the cybersecurity infrastructure, industry, and the contributions of Canada’s leading experts.
As cybersecurity threats and privacy intrusions make headlines across the globe, Canadian industry and universities race for innovative solutions.
As privacy becomes a growing priority for policy-makers around the world, Canadian industry leaders can influence and shape the conversation.
Hacking small business is big business, which makes cybersecurity a crucial form of risk management. Learn how to protect your business and employees.
Improve cyber security in your organization: learn about cyber threats, what to do about them, and the five best practices to secure your smaller business.
Canada needs a diverse and robust workforce of cybersecurity professionals to be competitive in today’s cybersecurity landscape.
The members of the Disaster Recovery Information Exchange have seen the rapid evolution of cyberattacks that now impact every facet of their profession.
It’s time to move on from passwords. We can do better, and companies in regulated industries must — and with biometrics, it’s easier than you’d think.
Organizations now grapple with complicated management structures and a proliferation of technologies resulting in increased vulnerability to cyberattacks.
Advancing Cybersecurity in Canada
Three industry-leading experts explore the cybersecurity landscape in Canada and discuss topics of innovation, resilience, and policy.
Dave Kennedy, Senior Principal Consultant at TrustedSec, explores North America’s current cybersecurity landscape and how organizations can stay resilient.
Attackers have become sophisticated enough to infiltrate networks. Now, 80% of data breaches are caused by the misuse of privileged credentials by insiders.