Liberals won’t commit to re-introducing the same Consumer Privacy Protection Act, Conservatives promise stronger legislation than the CPPA, NDP promise ‘digital bill of privacy rights’
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A common cryptographic protocol used to protect the majority of website communications and some virtual private networks is also increasingly being used by threat actors to protect their attacks, according to a new report.
If it weren’t for the pandemic, Michaell Zatlyn would be in Toronto to celebrate the opening of internet security and performance provider Cloudlfare’s first Canadian office.
A Toronto enterprise password management provider is expanding into the field of machine secrets management with the launch of a new product and an acquisition.
An online provider of cybersecurity training programs has added new bundles of lower-priced offerings to make it easier for smaller firms, individuals and students to access.
Microsoft is investigating whether a hacker got hold of confidential research on the recently-discovered Exchange Server vulnerabilities through at least one of its security partners.
Threat actors are exploiting the Microsoft Exchange Server vulnerabilities by installing a new ransomware strain on unprotected servers.
The potential for email hacking caused by vulnerabilities in on-premise installations of Microsoft’s Exchange Server continues to grow. Palo Alto Networks is estimating over 125,000 servers remain unpatched seven days after the first alert was issued.
New reports from FireEye and Microsoft add more depth to the ongoing investigation into the compromise by a threat actor of the SolarWinds Orion security update system and intrusions into Orion customers
Microsoft Exchange Server administrators are being urged to update their on-premise installations immediately following the discovery of serious four zero-day vulnerabilities.
Ransomware accounted for nearly 60 per cent of attacks on Canadian IBM customers last year, according to an analysis by the tech giant.
Cloud services offer several security advantages for organizations. Yet, despite years of warnings, cloud app developers are still making the same mistakes and opening organizations to serious risks, according to a vendor report.