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Mandatory Breach Reporting in Canada

Cyber security rules and expectations are changing The rising risks associated with cyber breach in Canada Canadian organizations admit they may not be fully prepared to meet the heightened expectations associated with the rising risks of cyber breach in Canada. In this environment, Board Directors and C-Suite should be keenly focused on not just ensuring their organization can weather…

How Much Cybersecurity is Enough?

You’ve met the applicable standard of care, but is that enough? When does an organization have enough Cyber security? The answer depends on the organization, the industry and the threats to which the organization is exposed. The frank answer to the question “When do we have enough?” is, “Never.” Cybersecurity is a process, not a…

Preparing for CASL’s Private Right of Action

Organizations should take steps now to verify their CASL compliance Mitigate the risks of CASL regulatory enforcement and private litigation. Commencing July 1, 2017, CASL contraventions will be subject to enforcement through private litigation, including class proceedings, by individuals and organizations seeking compensatory damages and potentially substantial statutory damages. CASL – Overview   CASL creates…