Ransomware crime reports are up 300 percent in Toronto, but it's not just the frequency of crimes that is a concern - it's the complexity, says Kenrick Bagnall, detective constable with the Toronto Police Service.
Connected devices - the sheer number of them and the scale of the cybersecurity risks they pose - are a top concern in 2020 and beyond, says Robert Falzon of Check Point Software Technologies, who weighs in on the threats and technologies he's watching.
Ransomware, business email compromises and the malicious insider threat: These are the three top concerns of Canadian attorney Imran Ahmad as he looks ahead to the cybersecurity legal landscape in 2020.
Dr. Matthew Kane spent years in the Canadian Armed Forces as an intelligence officer, honing his skills in deception detection. Now, as CEO of Solaris Intelligence, he's helping organizations spot and stop fraud and malicious insiders.
5G is coming, and with it comes the promise of connectivity on an unprecedented scale. And then there are the security concerns about infrastructure, connected devices and a new multifaceted attack surface. Olivera Zatezalo of Huawei Technologies Canada discusses these concerns.
From socially engineered attacks to malicious insiders, organizations globally are dealing with many of the same fraud issues. But how do they ensure that fraud is a board-level concern? Kaspersky's Claire Hatcher shares insights.
Cyber defense is no longer about staying a step ahead - it's about trying to remain no further than a step behind the adversaries, says Moshe Ishai of HolistiCyber, who shares insights on how to regain an advantage.
Recently, the FDA was forced to recall a series of insulin pumps because of cybersecurity vulnerabilities that could have left the devices open to hackers. Jesse Young of QED Secure Solutions, one of the researchers who discovered this vulnerability, discusses key medical device security issues.