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The Cybersecurity campaign aims to educate business and government decision-makers on different security strategies to limit our risk to the various types of cybercrime while allowing our businesses and economies to benefit from the opportunities presented by a growing digital economy.

Q&A with Robert Herjavec

Robert Herjavec, CEO of the Herjavec Group spoke to Mediaplanet Canada to celebrate National Cybersecurity Awareness Month.

Who Protects the Cloud? And Why Your Business Should Care

Is your company prepared for the cybersecurity risks that come with remote work? Learn how to protect your company and how Trend Micro can help.

Can Canada Be a Global Cybersecurity Leader?

Securing Canada’s digital infrastructure has never been more critical.

Future-Proofing Cybersecurity Using Quantum Technology

In the era of quantum computing, complexity isn’t enough. We need true randomness.

Why Canadian Businesses Need to Beware of Cybercriminals

It’s hard to read the news without noticing the increase in cybercrime. However many ransomware incidents can be mitigated with simple cyber security best practices.

The Secret to Cybersecurity Is Open Collaboration

In today’s online world, safety and security are digital concerns. Cybersecurity is a fast-moving field, and Canada can’t afford to fall behind.

Women in Cyber: How Deloitte Is Working to Fix the Diversity Gap

Learn how Deloitte’s Women in Cyber campaign is building a community of women cyber professionals to help cultivate more diversity in an industry with millions of open jobs.

XDR Cybersecurity Solutions Emerge to Give Enterprises a Lead in the Race Against Threats

In the never-ending churn of cybercrime escalation and cybersecurity products, one security firm is innovating to win the race against threats.

Optiv Helping Companies of All Sizes Boost Their Cybersecurity

Most companies know the importance of cybersecurity but can’t find the skilled resources to help. Meet Optiv — the cyber advisory and solutions leader.

Game On! Fun New Cybersecurity League Gives Canadian Kids Real-World Skills

CYWARIA League North, the country’s first fully gamified cybersecurity challenge, launched this fall for Canadian students in grades 11 and 12.

Cybersecurity Is a Team Sport: Meet Canada’s Head Coach

The Canadian tech skills marketplace is changing. There’s a lot of opportunity, but with innovation proceeding at a dizzying rate across all industries, workers and employers alike need help hitting a moving target.

Cybercrime Is Scary, but a Strong Offence Is the Best Defence

Being proactive and people-focused is the most effective protection against online attacks, a leading expert says.

What SOC and Security Teams Want to Know About Digital Transformation

With rapidly evolving technologies and work models, digital transformation poses complex challenges for your cybersecurity infrastructure.

When Cybersecurity Technology Fails, Will the Human Element Hold Strong?

In the cybersecurity industry, you are only ever as strong as your weakest link. The human element is often seen as the key vulnerability, but one security firm is redefining people as a strength rather than a liability.

What Is Cyber Insurance and Why You Need It

As one thinks about the impact and costs of a data breach within their organization, it can be more expansive than most initial estimates.

Q&A with Chloe Messdaghi – CyberSec Tech Changemaker

Mediaplanet spoke with Chloe Messdaghi, a tech changemaker in the cybersecurity field. She discusses what it takes to make it in the industry.

It Takes Vigilance — and a Village — to Fight Fraud

Isolation may impact our defences against fraud. As the pandemic persists — and as we face colder weather and shorter days — many Canadians will spend more time alone and could become more vulnerable to fraud.

Q&A with Joseph Steinberg

One issue that is not receiving enough attention is that of cyberattacks evolving from being performed by humans against other humans through the use of technology, to computers attacking computers.

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