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The Canadian Government has recently begun their efforts to obtain authorization to regulate security practices among telecommunication and other industries such as finance, transportation, and energy. Bill C-26, “an act respecting cybersecurity”, was tabled on June 14, 2022, and introduces the Critical Cyber Systems Protection Act (CCSPA) to supplement Canadian telecommunication security regulations. So far, this bill has only completed its first reading in the House of Commons, and must pass through the rest of the legislative process to constitute law. It looks favorable that the bill will soon make this transition to become a law. If it does it will authorize the Canadian Government to take the steps they deem necessary to ensure a high quality of security in these “vital” services.
Although many businesses and organizations have returned to their original in-person practices the frontier has still been expanded for the capability of individuals to undertake work outside of the confinements of the office. This is more prevalent than is commonly thought. It is beneficial for businesses and organizations to fully realize the opportunities which arise from enabling employees to work remotely which includes moving to Microsoft Teams.Read More…
Cyber crime operations in telecommunications are now among the multi-million dollar businesses thriving in 2020. Cyber criminals are able to blitz telecommunication infrastructure and pilfer precious pieces of data with ease. Attacks are becoming extremely sophisticated and at the same time very discreet. At times, they are only detectable once the damage has been done.