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Innovation Minister François-Philippe Champagne introduced Bill C-27 at first reading in June 2022, but the bill is stalled at second reading. Though Parliament has competing priorities, Canada cannot delay any longer in modernizing its federal consumer privacy rules. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Innovation Minister François-Philippe Champagne introduced Bill C-27 at first reading in June 2022, but the bill is stalled at second reading. Though Parliament has competing priorities, Canada cannot delay any longer in modernizing its federal consumer privacy rules. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY ULRIKE BAHR-GEDALIA | October 17, 2022
Increased spending in the 2002 federal budget on federal government cybersecurity infrastructure was a useful step, but Ottawa needs to think more boldly and beyond Canada’s borders, according to Ulrike Bahr-Gedalia, the senior director of digital economy, technology and innovation at the Canadian Chamber of Commerce. Photograph courtesy of Pixabay
Opinion | BY ULRIKE BAHR-GEDALIA | October 17, 2022
Opinion | BY ULRIKE BAHR-GEDALIA | October 17, 2022
Increased spending in the 2002 federal budget on federal government cybersecurity infrastructure was a useful step, but Ottawa needs to think more boldly and beyond Canada’s borders, according to Ulrike Bahr-Gedalia, the senior director of digital economy, technology and innovation at the Canadian Chamber of Commerce. Photograph courtesy of Pixabay
Opinion | BY ULRIKE BAHR-GEDALIA | October 27, 2021
Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland is pictured in Ottawa on Oct. 21. The 2021 federal budget dedicated significant investments in cybersecurity to secure government IT infrastructure, including investments in the Canada Revenue Agency, Employment and Social Development Canada, and Shared Services Canada. But it made no specific commitment to help Canadian businesses boost their cybersecurity measures or attract cybersecurity investment and growth, writes Ulrike Bahr-Gedalia. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY ULRIKE BAHR-GEDALIA | October 27, 2021
Opinion | BY ULRIKE BAHR-GEDALIA | October 27, 2021
Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland is pictured in Ottawa on Oct. 21. The 2021 federal budget dedicated significant investments in cybersecurity to secure government IT infrastructure, including investments in the Canada Revenue Agency, Employment and Social Development Canada, and Shared Services Canada. But it made no specific commitment to help Canadian businesses boost their cybersecurity measures or attract cybersecurity investment and growth, writes Ulrike Bahr-Gedalia. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade