Canada’s cybersecurity strategy is anemic expert

Canada’s cybersecurity strategy is so outdated, the last time it was revised was in 2010 when Conservative Vic Toews was public safety minister. Six years doesn’t seem like a long time for a policy to lay untouched, but in the world of espionage it’s an eternity.

“I would suggest that our cybersecurity strategy is somewhat anemic,” Stephanie Carvin, a former Government of Canada national security analyst, said. The assistant professor at Carleton University’s Norman Paterson School of National Affairs said she believes Canada’s strategy on the public safety department’s website lacks any teeth.

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