Digital transformation: Key technology, cybersecurity and privacy risks
September 09, 2021
In this blog we discuss the risks associated with digital transformation from technology, cybersecurity and privacy perspectives.
OSFI releases updated cyber security self-assessment (part two)
September 06, 2021
Part two of this update tackles OSFI’s Self-Assessment tool, which is seeing its first update since 2013.
OSFI announces new requirements for reporting technology and cyber incidents (part one)
August 26, 2021
The OSFI has released an updated Technology and Cyber Security Incident Reporting Advisory and new requirements for the Cyber Security Self-Assessment. Part one of this update will discuss the changes that have been made.
Dialing In: Adapting to Virtual Shareholder Meetings
August 19, 2021
In addition to technical issues and platform glitches, shareholders have expressed challenges during virtual-only meetings in the shift to a virtual world.
EU’s possible Data Act
July 01, 2021
Response to to the Consultation and Inception Impact Assessment are bound to shape the future of EU’s digital economy.
Max Schrems’ NGO, noyb, submits mass cookie law compliance complaints
June 14, 2021
Max Schrems’ privacy NGO, noyb, submits hundreds of draft complaints to companies across the Europe about their cookie law compliance.
Top practical tips on the preservation, collection and review of mobile data in investigations
June 03, 2021
In this blog we outline practical tips for the preservation, collection and review of mobile data in investigations, which has become particularly important as remote working has accelerated the merger of work and private data.
Technology Joint Ventures - Partnering for the Future
May 06, 2021
This article examines the key aspects of joint ventures in the technology sector and the particular issues and challenges that these joint ventures raise.
Think Before You App
May 05, 2021
As we increase our app use we need to think about the risks to privacy.
Privacy commissioners take position on using facial recognition technology
March 11, 2021
In a joint investigation report, the Privacy Commissioner of Canada, together with the commissioners of BC, Alberta, and Quebec concluded that Clearview AI violated Canadians’ privacy rights under federal and provincial privacy laws by scraping billons of images of people available online to be continually used in what amounted to a virtual “police lineup.”