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Cybersecurity plan for federal government takes aim at 'inefficiencies, blind spots'

OTTAWA — The federal government has unfurled a new cybersecurity strategy aimed at protecting its vast array of computer systems and information banks against a growing variety of threats.
London Drug ransom demand dropped from dark-web site; meaning unclear

London Drug ransom demand dropped from dark-web site; meaning unclear

In some cases, such a move has meant the ransomware victim has agreed to pay or negotiate, an expert says. London Drugs said Tuesday it is “unwilling and unable to pay ransom to these cybercriminals.” 
Since the first cellphone came out in the '80s, how have they changed?

Since the first cellphone came out in the '80s, how have they changed?

Spokeo dove into news sources like CNN, data from researchers like Pew Research Center and online encyclopedias to uncover the history of cellphones.
B.C. cleantech exodus looms as Svante considers U.S. move

B.C. cleantech exodus looms as Svante considers U.S. move

CEO says Canada’s lagging financial support may lead to more carbon capture solution providers moving south of the border
Half of telecom providers not following website complaints section rules: watchdog

Half of telecom providers not following website complaints section rules: watchdog

Canada's telecom and television complaints watchdog says many telecom providers aren't following complaints section rules on their websites, and it's particularly concerned about some repeat offenders.
Tech job growth soars in Vancouver, as salaries remain cheap

Tech job growth soars in Vancouver, as salaries remain cheap

Vancouver technology workers earned US$102, 975 annually, lower than all markets except Toronto
Telus to spend $33 billion in B.C., Alberta over five years

Telus to spend $33 billion in B.C., Alberta over five years

Telus says it will invest $17 billion in B.C. over the next five years
B.C. retailers up cybersecurity defences to avoid attacks

B.C. retailers up cybersecurity defences to avoid attacks

Recent disruptive cyberattack on London Drugs is a warning for executives in the sector.
Ottawa should address AI's impact on workers' rights, privacy: parliamentary report

Ottawa should address AI's impact on workers' rights, privacy: parliamentary report

OTTAWA — Artificial intelligence will have an impact on the Canadian labour force, a parliamentary committee recently heard, and MPs are suggesting ways the federal government can better prepare.
Rob Shaw: Public deserves answers after B.C. government cyberattack

Rob Shaw: Public deserves answers after B.C. government cyberattack

Potential for foreign interference in upcoming election a growing concern as province remains tight-lipped