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Canada Dashboard Digest | Denham Calls for Better Breach Protection Related reading: PIPC addresses Japan's telework risks

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BC Information and Privacy Commissioner Elizabeth Denham “is calling for immediate action by provincial health authorities to boost measures that safeguard citizen’s health information in the absence of disclosure laws,” The Canadian Press reports, noting all provinces and territories except BC, Saskatchewan and Quebec “have legislated or incoming requirements that order health authorities to reveal the inappropriate release of private information.” Denham said, “It’s not in place here yet. It’s a problem.” Meanwhile, Calgary Sun reports on a breach affecting University of Calgary employee records, and The Trump Hotel Collection has announced that point-of-sales systems at seven of its hotels in the U.S. and Canada "were infected with malware, potentially affecting an unspecified number of customers," BankInfoSecurity reports.
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