Cybersecurity

Exploring Canada's global cybersecurity rank

Exploring Canada's global cybersecurity rank

According to a new United Nations report, Canada ranks 9th in the world when it comes to its approach to cybersecurity. 

But before we light the fireworks and celebrate our global supremacy, it's important to put that result in context, says Beauceron CEO David Shipley. 

"Even the dimmest light can shine in absolute darkness," says Shipley, noting that just having a cybersecurity strategy puts Canada ahead over half the countries measured in the UN report.

Beauceron CEO talks about staying safe in a new era of cyberwar

Beauceron CEO talks about staying safe in a new era of cyberwar

Evidence is mounting that the NotPetya global malware attack that started in the Ukraine was more akin to a cyber weapon than a criminal effort. 

This evolving and escalating use of cyber weapons in conflict will have profound implications for individuals, organizations and governments and their is a pressing need to become more diligent when it comes to cybersecurity, says Beauceron CEO David Shipley. 

Protecting kids: A primer for parents

Protecting kids:  A primer for parents

The Internet is not a safe place to have young kids wandering unsupervised. 

It seems like an obvious statement, yet many parents of young children don't take basic measures to enable parental restrictions on devices or monitor home Internet use by their children and teenagers. 

That's a big mistake.