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Covid-19 Webinar (Part 2): Cyber Security in a Remote World

May 12, 2020 by Canadian Underwriter

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How B.C. auditor general rates the provincial government’s cyber security

August 20, 2019 by Greg Meckbach

If your client has a formal process to disable computer network access for employees and contractors who no longer work there, that client’s cybersecurity is better in at least one respect than some of British Columbia government departments. The province’s

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How federal budget could improve cyber underwriting

March 21, 2019 by Greg Meckbach

Insurance Bureau of Canada officials are hoping a $145-million commitment by the federal government towards cyber security will help the industry better understand how much a cyber incident could cost. In the 2019-20 budget document tabled Tuesday, federal Finance Minister

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Not all Ontario schools follow this cyber security rule

December 14, 2018 by Greg Meckbach

Some former school board employees can still look at children’s records – including address and date of birth – over the Internet because their access to this system has not been revoked, the Auditor General of Ontario suggested in a

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Emergency $102B stash for feds could mitigate cyber attack risk

March 13, 2018 Andy Blatchford - THE CANADIAN PRESS

OTTAWA – The federal government committed hundreds of millions of dollars in its recent budget to help reinforce Canada’s cyber defences _ but if the effort fails to prevent a major attack, Ottawa can always turn to its little-known $102-billion

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Paris climate agreement presents ‘particular risks’ for shale fuel producers: Willis Towers Watson

July 5, 2016 by Canadian Underwriter

An international agreement to limit carbon emissions, regulations requiring some natural resources firms to have cash on hand to decommission facilities and the threat of cyber attack are among the risks cited by senior executives in a Willis Towers Watson