Based on extensive consultations, we will introduce a legislative framework to help ensure we all understand the obligations we share with each other in a deeply inter-connected and interdependent cyber world.
Communications Security Establishment chief Shelly Bruce speaks at an April press conference about cyber threats to Canada’s democratic process. The government’s national security legislation, Bill C-59, would give the agency authority to undertake both defensive and active cyber operations. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Canadians now work, play, shop, bank, do business, and keep in touch online every day. Yet the same digital infrastructure that has contributed to our prosperity, our education, and our social lives can also enable those who seek to do us harm.
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