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Q&A with Microsoft Canada's CSO

Kevin Magee, chief security and compliance officer at Microsoft Canada, recently sat down to talk to Canadian Security about the gaps in the cybersecurity industry and how to match young, smart job seekers with potential employers.

Lockdown to begin for Ontario on Boxing Day

Province announced the measure on Monday after health advisers said thousands of infections could be avoided if tough restrictions were imposed earlier.

RCMP commits to changes in how it collects, uses information about protesters

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said the government would take “a careful look” at the report’s conclusions and recommendations.
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Security Women, the Podcast: Pat Patton, Director, Security and Operations, University of Regina

Pat Patton talks about the research she conducted as part of an MBA program, focusing on the career development of female security professionals in the education sector and the barriers they face as they pursue leadership roles. » Listen now

Cyberattacks on the rise amid WFH

Organizations are more vulnerable to cyber-attacks as employees work from home. » Read full article

Schools increasingly victimized by cybercriminals

Cyberattacks against K-12 schools are on the rise. » Read full article

Police hold virtual session to teach residents about frauds and scams

Common pitfalls include romance scams, government and CRA scams, identity theft, emergency scams, merchandise scams, and COVID-19 scams. » Read full article


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Date: Jan. 11-14, 2021
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OAEM seminar

Location: Online
Date: Feb. 3, 2021
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Security • Police • Fire Career Expo

Location: Online
Date: March 4, 2021
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