Opinion

Cyber security in Canada overdue for an update, experts tell Senate open caucus

With 87 per cent of Canadian homes connected to the internet, we need a regulatory approach that addresses our needs while striking the right balance between security and accessibility, writes Sen. Art Eggleton.

“The rate and nature of change requires an evergreen cyber strategy,” said Peter Sloly, executive director with Deloitte Canada, who works in the cyber section of the risk advisory services. Photograph courtesy of Stephan Röhl, Wikimedia Commons.

By ART EGGLETON

PUBLISHED : Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016 1:39 PM

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