Toronto Hospital Privacy Breach: A Year Later

24 April 2016

Last spring, nearly 14,000 expecting mothers at a Toronto hospital left as more than new parents – they left as victims of Canada’s latest privacy breach. In the weeks that followed, the story emerged: A nurse in Rouge Valley Hospital’s maternity department was among five people charged for their roles in stealing the new moms’ Read More…

Protecting Your Finances Through Credit Monitoring

24 April 2016

If you want to keep your bike from getting stolen, it’s no secret you should make sure it’s locked up when you’re not riding it. To keep your laptop out of a thief’s hands? Never leave it unattended when you get up to grab a cup of coffee. When it comes to protecting our physical Read More…

Why Privacy Matters in a Data-Driven Economy

17 April 2016

One of the most impactful innovations of the last several years has been the rapid improvement in data technology. Today, hardware exists that can store once-unthinkable amounts of data, then make it accessible anywhere via the cloud. In turn, software has become more powerful, able to turn these billions of data points into actionable insights. Read More…

Spring Cleaning Means It’s Time To Change Your Passwords

3 April 2016

With its warmer days finally forcing winter into submission, spring has long been associated with new beginnings. Grass stretches its roots, pushing through recently thawed soil while fresh buds peek out from branches suddenly full of birds. We, too, have adopted nature’s cyclical pattern, taking a cue from snow’s retreat to dust off our patio Read More…

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