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How to create a GDPR-compliant password policy

How to create a GDPR-compliant password policy

If you've ever done business with companies in European Union countries, there’s a good chance your company had to comply with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The GDPR was implemented back on May 25, 2018, and it helps customers gain a greater level of control over their data while offering more transparency throughout data collection and use.

What 5G will mean for small businesses

What 5G will mean for small businesses

Mobile connectivity is a top priority for businesses that want to build strong relationships with their clients. The latest developments in technology now bring us 5G, which is set to transform and optimize the way enterprises of all sizes work.

Short for fifth-generation wireless systems, 5G is a broadband solution that promises reliable and lightning-fast internet speeds.

Lessons learned from cyberattacks in 2018

Lessons learned from cyberattacks in 2018

When it comes to the most notable cyberattacks that dazed consumers and businesses, 2018 wasn’t short of them. From Facebook’s Cambridge Analytica fiasco and Google+’s vulnerabilities to British Airways’ skimming scandal and the HSBC data theft, the antics of cybercriminals were put in the spotlight in the past year.

What have Canadian businesses learned after spending $14B on cybersecurity?

What have Canadian businesses learned after spending $14B on cybersecurity?

Technology is growing at a rapid pace, and businesses have to keep up to keep themselves afloat. From large companies to small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs), more enterprises in Canada are embracing digital solutions. In fact, the country’s information and communications technology (ICT) sector contributed $74.7 billion to the 2017 gross domestic product (GDP), an increase of $2.43 billion from the previous year.