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Sasha Krstic

Opinion | BY SASHA KRSTIC | May 29, 2023
This next wave of technology aims to bring a seamless connection between our physical and digital worlds, but as quickly as these new technologies are being developed, cybercriminals are finding new techniques for stealing personal and financial information, writes Sasha Krstic. Unsplash photograph by Jonas Leupe
Opinion | BY SASHA KRSTIC | May 29, 2023
Opinion | BY SASHA KRSTIC | May 29, 2023
This next wave of technology aims to bring a seamless connection between our physical and digital worlds, but as quickly as these new technologies are being developed, cybercriminals are finding new techniques for stealing personal and financial information, writes Sasha Krstic. Unsplash photograph by Jonas Leupe
Opinion | BY SASHA KRSTIC | March 22, 2023
It is imperative cybersecurity feature prominently in discussions when U.S. President Joe Biden, right, and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau meet face to face this week, writes Sasha Krstic. White House photograph by Yash Mori
Opinion | BY SASHA KRSTIC | March 22, 2023
Opinion | BY SASHA KRSTIC | March 22, 2023
It is imperative cybersecurity feature prominently in discussions when U.S. President Joe Biden, right, and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau meet face to face this week, writes Sasha Krstic. White House photograph by Yash Mori
Opinion | BY SASHA KRSTIC | May 25, 2022
Tapping into traditionally underrepresented groups in tech as a resource for Canada’s future cyber workforce is critical and governments at all levels and those in Canada’s tech space should continue creating more inclusive opportunities for Indigenous peoples, women and girls, the LGBTQ2 community, and others, writes Sasha Krstic. Photograph courtesy of Unsplash
Opinion | BY SASHA KRSTIC | May 25, 2022
Opinion | BY SASHA KRSTIC | May 25, 2022
Tapping into traditionally underrepresented groups in tech as a resource for Canada’s future cyber workforce is critical and governments at all levels and those in Canada’s tech space should continue creating more inclusive opportunities for Indigenous peoples, women and girls, the LGBTQ2 community, and others, writes Sasha Krstic. Photograph courtesy of Unsplash