What are Canada’s most notorious security breaches?

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Data security is an increasingly important topic across all Canadian sectors. In fact, according to Bloomberg, every security breach costs the leaking organization 7.2$ million dollars.  Additionally, cyber crime costs Canadians over $3.1 billion dollars each year. By understanding what happened in each security breach and what can be done, our eBook brings you a focused analysis on the importance of data security in the Canadian market.

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The top 6 security breaches across private and public sectors in Canada involved:

  • Sony
  • Government of Canada
  • Human Resources and Skills Development Canada
  • Honda
  • Schneider Electric
  • Adobe

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We are excited to continue our Big Data World Canada event this year with a renewed focus on data security and the addition of the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada. Big Data World Canada brings together top information and technology executives for keynote presentations, roundtables, case studies, seminars and one to one meetings to address the biggest topics in data  analytics and governance in Canada.

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