Intrusion Detection Systems: What You Don’t Know Will Hurt You

A Q&A with Joseph Loomis of CyberSponse
The fact is, most companies that have suffered a breach failed to detect the intrusion as it was occurring, and only made aware after the damage was done. A Intrusion Detection System (IDS) with organized and correlated data can be an invaluable solution for incident response—but only if the system is installed and managed correctly. I spoke with Joseph Loomis of CyberSponse about some of the issues around IDS and how companies can use them more effectively.

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Recent Developments in Canadian Privacy and Cybersecurity Law

Q&A with Alex Cameron
In Canada, litigation and regulatory activity regarding privacy and data breaches have increased dramatically. I spoke with Alex Cameron of Fasken Martineau, a leading attorney in this area in Canada, about the factors contributing to the increasing risk and potential liability for organizations doing business in Canada. With the recent landmark changes to Canadian privacy law, discussed here, including mandatory breach notification, record keeping for all breaches, and fines, the trends identified below are sure to continue.

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