The recent Court of Appeal decision, ICBC v. Ari, has generated widespread interest and debate amongst the privacy and class action community. This significant decision reinforces the importance of stringent … Read More
In the digital realm, where cyber threats are relentless, having a robust defensive strategy is paramount. The NIST Cybersecurity Framework, pioneered by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), … Read More
Authors: Kristél Kriel, Nathan Schissel and Matthew Douglas, summer law student
In the constantly evolving digital landscape, the prevalence and sophistication of cyber threats, and subsequent attacks, continues to escalate. This … Read More
The federal government’s newest work permit program to attract technology workers to Canada reached capacity only one day after its launch.
As we highlighted in our previous blog post, Canada has … Read More
As ransomware threats become increasingly sophisticated – and the cost of cyberattacks continues to mount – authorities in the U.S. have updated guidance on preventing attacks.
In May, a number of … Read More
Many organizations use artificial intelligence (AI) to optimize processes, analyze data, diagnose and treat patients, and customize user experiences.
We recently wrote about the privacy and cybersecurity risks with AI. Since … Read More
Canada’s oil and gas sector is at growing risk of Russian-aligned cyberattacks, warns a recent report from the Canadian Centre for Cyber Security (the Cyber Centre).
In June, the Cyber Centre … Read More
The Canadian government has announced a new Tech Talent Strategy aimed at making it easier for workers in high-tech industries to come to Canada.
The Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship … Read More
This article was prepared with the assistance of summer law students Riley Cockwill and Jake Tesarowski.
A recent decision from the Court of King’s Bench for Saskatchewan (“the Court”) may lead … Read More