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Data Breaches, GDPR Fines, and Transborder Transfers – the Challenges of Assessing Cybersecurity and Privacy Risk

Data breaches, steep fines under GDPR, and changing requirements for transborder data transfers are just a few of the headline-making issues in the first half of 2019.  It has been anything but quiet for cybersecurity and privacy professionals or organizations...

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Eric Charleston is quoted in Law Times article on cybersecurity and cyberattacks

Law Times, "Still much to be determined on insurance coverage after cyberattacks"

Eric Charleston, a senior associate with Miller Thomson LLP in Toronto, says that, despite an organization’s best efforts, human error is inescapable. In a recent article Charleston co-authored, he cited a statistic from the Canadian Survey of Cyber Security and...

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Impact of Recent GDPR Enforcement on Privacy Due Diligence in M&A

In our last blog article, we discussed the British data protection authority’s (“ICO”) announcement to impose large fines on British Airways and Marriott Hotels for separate large-scale data breaches affecting those businesses. In this article, we will turn our minds...

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GDPR Shows its Teeth – UK Pursuing Record Fines for Data Breaches, Emphasizes Accountability

If there was any question as to the willingness of EU data protection authorities to pursue significant monetary penalties for violations of the European General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”), this past week has surely put those uncertainties to rest. The...

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David Krebs co-presents in webinar entitled « So Your Not-For-Profit Has Been Hacked…Now What? »

Miller Thomson and BDO present a webinar on what to do in the event that your not-for-profit organization is faced with a cyber-incident. This webinar includes: Indications you’ve been hacked – things to look for PIPEDA regulations and understanding your legal...

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Canada’s Digital Charter Triggers Reframing of Consultation on Transborder Personal Data Transfers

In April of this year, as discussed in our previous blog posts, the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (“OPC”) called for changes to the way Canadian privacy law treats transborder personal data transfers, and commenced a consultation process....

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Managing the Many Faces of Cyber-Attacks: Lessons for the construction industry

Think BIG Magazine, 45-47

Imagine your company is part of a large infrastructure project with a host of suppliers, customers, as well as government participation and considerable public media attention. Now imagine that one morning you were told by one of your staff that...

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David Krebs and Luanne Schlosser are quoted in The Hill Times article, « Privacy watchdog proposing rule change that could see firms revise data-use policies »

The Hill Times, "Privacy watchdog proposing rule change that could see firms revise data-use policies"

Companies could soon be rewriting their privacy policies to fit a change the privacy commissioner is contemplating that could mean getting a person’s explicit okay in all cases when their data is to be transferred across the border. Though the...

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GDPR Turns One, eh? Current Impact on Canadian Businesses and the Road Ahead

The one-year anniversary of the European General Data Protection Regulation (”GDPR”) has nearly arrived, and there is much buzz about the impact, the level of compliance of European organizations and what lies ahead. This article will explore GDPR’s current impact...

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Canadian Transborder Data Transfers: OPC Releases Supplemental Discussion Document

As we discussed in a recent blog post on this important issue, the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (“OPC”) last month announced its intention to interpret the “transfer” of personal information as a “disclosure” rather than a “use”...

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