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Canada Dashboard Digest | Senate committee calls for Canadian government to better protect citizens from cyberattacks Related reading: Philippines NPC pushes Cathay Pacific for answers

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A study from the Standing Senate Committee on Banking, Trade and Commerce calls for the Canadian government to better protect citizens from cyberattacks, IT World Canada reports. “To date, Canada has offered only limp responses to this real and rising threat,” the report states. “The federal government should be leading efforts to make Canadians’ information more secure but there is as yet no single, national standard for cyber security, even when it comes to critical infrastructure.” The committee recommends a modernization of the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act to give more enforcement power to the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada and the creation of a national cybersecurity center to combat these issues.
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