Serious flaws in Ottawa's defence against cyber attacks, auditor general finds

Serious flaws in Ottawa's defence against cyber attacks, auditor general finds

Ottawa : Canada | Oct 23, 2012 at 9:29 AM PDT
Source: The Globe and Mail
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Story Internet security expert Eugene Kaspersky is seen in this Reuters screengrab Reuters A new report from the Auditor General gives a good sense of why. Tuesday's report by Auditor General Michael Ferguson includes a chapter on protecting Canadian critical infrastructure against cyber threats.... FULL ARTICLE AT The Globe and Mail
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