By Devin Smith

The only thing that is changing in the business arena is the typical enterprise organization chart. As businesses aim to meet the pace of the rapidly evolving digital economy, many struggle with restructuring internal departments, developing and distributing products with overarching objectives of making more profits. To make these well-intentioned adjustments, enterprises need to establish robust and broadly integrated cybersecurity capabilities and recalibrate their operations.

By Cindy Baker

Despite organizations’ efforts to implement the latest, innovative tech tools, security threats to mobile devices remain be a growing priority. According to Canadian IT and security professionals, mobile devices appear to pose some of the largest threats that a company’s IT department has to manage.

By Kayla Matthews

As networks become less secure and the data stored on the cloud becomes more valuable, cybersecurity breaches are becoming both more expensive and more frequent. In the first six months of 2019 alone, data breaches compromised more than 4.1 billion records. Cybersecurity experts and IT workers can’t prevent every breach, but in some cases, it’s clear the appropriate steps weren’t taken to protect data. The cost of the breaches raises the question: Who should pay when a customer’s data gets stolen?


With the advent of 5G networks, the adoption of consumer-grade smart devices and a new generation of industrial-grade Internet of Things (IoT) devices will be accelerated. But such technology can also be a double-edged sword, as these new connected environments will give rise to fresh set of vulnerabilities, which, when not secured effectively, will result in undesirable consequences. Organisations today must be cognizant of these risks and should prepare themselves to take the necessary precautions to address them.