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Canada’s aging cyber-security strategy needs update

September 11, 2017 4:43 AM
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•Our national cyber-security strategy has not changed for seven years, despite the fact the threat of cyber-attacks has dramatically evolved since then. •Despite the imminent threat that cyber-attacks pose to our critical infrastructure, Canada is lagging behind its allies in cyber-security. In fact, our national cyber-security strategy has not changed for seven years, despite the fact that the threat of cyber-attacks has dramatically evolved since then. As a result, Canada has become incredibly vulnerable to cyber-attacks.

•Our national cyber-security strategy has not changed for seven years, despite the fact the threat of cyber-attacks has dramatically evolved since then.

•Over the course of this summer, two of the most devastating cyber-attacks in a decade have taken place: the WannaCry and Petya attacks. Between these two cyber-attacks, critical services like the U.K.’s National Health Service, Russia’s interior ministry, and Chernobyl’s radiation monitoring system were all held for ransom by hackers.

Source: hilltimes.com

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