While many of the measures introduced by the Digital Privacy Act have been in force since the bill was first enacted in 2015, the government held off on enforcing mandatory breach reporting until the proper regulations were implemented, but that date is getting close.
There has never been a more important time for Canadian businesses to focus on reducing cyber data breach risk. The federal government mandates that all businesses that suffer a data breach notify anyone impacted – including customers, employees, and suppliers. It is a big deal. There is good news and bad news – the good news is that there are actions you can take today to reduce the risk. The bad news is that there is no way to eliminate the risk.
Compliance Bulletin – Mandatory Data Breach Notifications
Be proactive by taking the time to watch this webinar with Darnley of DarnIT IT Consulting. We discuss the most common ways cyber data breaches happen and share actionable ways to help reduce the risk to your organization suffering a data breach.