The Office of the Information Privacy Commissioner of Alberta released a data breach report analyzing nearly 2,000 data breaches that occurred in the the province since 2010. The report documents responses to breaches as required by Alberta’s Personal Information Protection Act while providing guidance for proper incident response, including breach discovery and notification. "Legal mechanisms have remained the same but the administrative and technical aspects require regular reviews and updates," Commissioner Jill Clayton said. "Digital realities underscore the need for regular privacy and security training for staff in all industries."
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