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For Canada to be a global cybersecurity leader, and one of the most secure and innovative nations on the planet, in close collaboration with industry, government policy needs to move at a faster pace. Only this will allow Canada to keep up with both the challenges and opportunities before us—and the speed at which they develop and unfold.
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