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Non-essential travel restrictions at Canada-U.S. border extended to at least Nov. 21

Public Safety Minister Bill Blair confirmed the news Oct. 19 on Twitter.

York Region latest to face stricter COVID-19 restrictions as cases rise

The tighter measures take effect Monday and will be in place for 28 days.

Watchdog urges more action to protect planes from hackers

The Federal Aviation Administration has not developed a training program for cybersecurity, according to government watchdogs.
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VIDEO: On the Clock: Stéphane Veilleux, Security Project Manager, House of Commons

Stéphane Veilleux is the 2020 recipient of the prestigious ASIS Canada Ron Minion Award. A long-standing member of the ASIS Montreal chapter, and current chairperson, Stéphane tells Canadian Security what a thrill it was to receive this award, especially during these challenging times. » Watch video
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Three in four Canadians want government services to be available online post COVID-19

Interac survey shows Canadians agree the pandemic has emphasized the need for digital IDs, but continue to cite security as a key adoption concern. » Read full article

EU to link national COVID-19 tracing apps together

The EU said all information generated by the apps doesn't allow the identification of users and isn't kept after infections are traced back. » Read full article

Canadians spend more money and time online during COVID pandemic: StatCan

42 per cent of Canadians said they had experienced at least one type of cybersecurity incident since the beginning of the pandemic. » Read full article

Focus On Cannabis Security

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Date: Oct. 21, 2020
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Cybersecurity perspectives

Location: Online
Date: Oct. 26, 2020
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Focus On Healthcare Security

Location: Virtual Summit
Date: Dec. 3, 2020
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