The practice of sharing sensitive health information via fax or unencrypted email needs to stop, according to a joint statement from Canada’s privacy commissioners.
On September 21, Philippe Dufresne, the Privacy… Read More
With ransomware attacks becoming increasingly sophisticated, they’re also becoming more costly than the average data breach, as illustrated by a new report.
The latest Cost of a Data Breach Report from… Read More
This blog was written with the assistance of Geena Holding, summer law student.
Failure to comply with privacy laws can result in hefty penalties and reputational damage. That’s why it’s critical… Read More
Most privacy breaches in Alberta represent a real risk of significant harm (RROSH) to affected individuals, according to a report from the province’s Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner… Read More
The ArriveCAN app – used to screen travellers entering Canada for COVID-19 – is under investigation by Canada’s Privacy Commissioner, according to a recent news report.
On July 28, Global News… Read More