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Ransomware continues to be a popular and effective tool for cyber criminals, even as alternative methods of attack are becoming increasingly common. In its 2023-2024 National Cyber Threat Assessment, the Canadian Centre for Cyber Security (CCCS) calls ransomware a “persistent threat” to Canadian organizations. And in its 2023 Canadian Cyber Threat Intelligence Annual Report, PwC Canada identifies ransomware as a major cyber threat that is becoming more targeted and more sophisticated. Here are some insights from both reports.
It’s become common practice for organizations to use a cloud service to store data, ranging from employee and workplace information, work files, to client data.
Having a strong cybersecurity framework in place is more essential than ever.
In response to the upending of normal business activity throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses across the globe have rapidly invested in digital transformation, often expediting years of planned project development into the span of a few months.