Prioritizing cyber security – How businesses can defend against cyberthreats

Despite cyber breaches hitting record rates last year, less than half of CEOs at large Canadian companies are prepared for an attack, according to KPMG’s Global CEO Outlook Survey. The new realities of cybercrime require an innovative approach. What can Canadian businesses do to prepare?

On Tuesday, Oct. 25, The Logic held a virtual discussion with Jennifer Quaid, executive director at Canadian Cyber Threat Exchange; Santanu Ganguly, information and network security researcher at Photonic; Ricardo Nicolini, VP managed services at Bulletproof; and hosted by Murad Hemmadi, reporter at The Logic, on emerging digital threats, and how businesses should better approach digital security. This event included special remarks from John Hewie, national security officer at Microsoft, and was sponsored by Microsoft Canada.

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