In light of the dynamic changes over the past few months, an organization’s document management policy and protocols are increasingly important.
Not only is it critical to consider privacy and confidentiality… Read More
In the information technology sector and beyond, “agile” software development models have become increasingly popular.
Agile models promise a more customer-centric delivery approach, resulting in more useful and robust software on… Read More
Organizations and individuals across Canada are pivoting into the online world to better serve their clients and customers due to COVID-19 restrictions.
While this transition brings many promising opportunities, it also presents… Read More
On March 18, 2020, the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre (“CACF”) released a bulletin warning Canadians that fraudsters are exploiting the COVID-19 global health crisis to commit fraud and cyber-crime. As a… Read More
IT projects are known to carry significant risk of delays, cost overruns, and generally unsatisfactory results in any business environment.
The uncertainty created by COVID-19 can cast an even more dubious… Read More
As mandatory breach reporting celebrates its one year anniversary, the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada has advised that 680 security and privacy breaches have been reported, 58% of… Read More
Cybersecurity incidents have a tendency to grab headlines and compromise business value. Recently, we posted about the impact two major cybersecurity breaches had on Yahoo! (“Yahoo”). Hackers managed to gain… Read More
The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC)’s recent enforcement action serves as a reminder that organizations can be liable under Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) for failing to take appropriate steps… Read More
Companies that develop blockchain and mine for cryptocurrencies are, at their core, IT companies. While there are certainly issues surrounding the marketability of cryptocurrencies, the multiple uses of blockchain technology,… Read More