The massive data breach involving Desjardins Group and around 2.7 million people announced on June 20 is an illustration of how vulnerable organizations can be to the acts of rogue employees with access to information systems.
Security breaches happen and could be costly to an organization and its reputation. Could it be worse?
Organizations are required to implement ...
As the May long weekend approaches, it may be a good time for employers to consider reviewing or implementing social media policies. With the accessibility of social media, employees should be aware of corporate codes of conduct that apply to social media use.
A social media policy (also called a social networking policy) is a corporate code of conduct that provides ...
The Supreme Court of Canada took a broad and flexible approach to determining what circumstances give rise to a reasonable expectation of privacy in R v. Jarvis, 2019 SCC 10 (Jarvis).
Addressing the specific question of whether an individual can have a reasonable expectation of privacy in a public space, the case is expected to have wide-ranging implications in Canadian ...
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