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…

Tips for Living in a Data Breach Era

6 March 2016

Time and time again, 2014 has been referred to as “the year of the data breach.” While the year that saw 43 percent of companies experience a data breach may have seemed deserving of the superlative at its close, the 12 months that followed showed 2014 was not unique. In fact, time would suggest it Read More…

Do You Know What to Do After a Data Breach?

8 February 2016

With corporate data breaches grabbing headlines in Canada and across the world with increasing frequency over the past several years, it’s no wonder why many Canadians are growing more and more worried about the security of their data. Unfortunately, once their data has been shared with a company there’s not too much consumers can do Read More…

A Look Back at the Top 7 Data Breaches of 2015

21 January 2016

In its annual year-in-review report, B2B technology public relations agency 10Fold analyzed more than 700 of the past year’s data breaches, finding that they were responsible for compromising more than 193.4 million personal records. Charged with exposing upward of 5 million records each, seven attacks in particular stand out as the most egregious. According to Read More…

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