The way you care for client data may just be the advantage you need to get a leg up on the competition. But how do you demonstrate integrity and service quality on a budget?
Ignoring the privacy law’s provisions about video surveillance could land your firm in hot water. Here are 3 easy steps to avoid that
You can slash your training costs and reduce your risk of security breaches by hiring people who are already conscious of the need to protect confidential data. Here are four keys to identifying them
Counting on free tools to protect your computer network sounds a bit foolhardy. But a new generation of software is making this a viable option
Most Canadian companies think they’re doing a fine job of guarding the privacy of customer data. But the numbers tell a different story
Canadian businesses need better reasons to report breaches—and improve monitoring—than the fear of public humiliation and the looming spectre of privacy legislation