Cybersecurity incidents reported in Canada and across the globe continue to grow at an alarming pace. This has only been heightened by the COVID-19 global pandemic with many organizations switching to remote working overnight. The potential effects to businesses resulting from a major cybersecurity incident can include financial loss, operational disruption and reputational harm, not to mention lengthy regulatory investigations and litigation.
At Blakes, we recognized that there is a paucity of current and reliable Canada-specific data on cybersecurity incidents — that’s why we’ve prepared our inaugural annual Blakes Canadian Cybersecurity Trends Study. The first of its kind in Canada, the Study provides an overview of how Canadian businesses are dealing with cyber threats today.
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Here’s a snapshot of some of what we discovered:
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