A new study says Canada needs more cyber-capabilities to protect the country from cyber-attacks.
The study was commissioned by the Government of Canada to assess how Canada can better protect itself from cyberattacks, and how Canada is preparing for the next cyber-attack.
“The threat landscape is changing rapidly and the threat of a cyberattack is becoming increasingly severe,” said researcher Andrew Cote, an associate professor in the Department of Information Technology and Information Management at Ryerson University.
“We’re not a nation that has the resources to take on an unprecedented cyberattack,” Cote said. “
We need to ensure our nation’s cybersecurity capabilities and capacity are adequate to protect us from any potential attack.”
“We’re not a nation that has the resources to take on an unprecedented cyberattack,” Cote said.
“There are many examples of how Canada has been successful at mitigating these threats.”
Canada has the second-highest number of cyberattacks per capita in the world, behind only the U.S. According to the report, Canada’s cyber-security posture is deteriorating and is not adequately protecting against the threat.
The report says the cyber-defense of Canada’s population and businesses is not being adequately protected against cyber-threats.
The security posture is currently at a critical stage, according to the study.
“Canada’s ability to defend itself from a cyber attack is not strong enough,” the report states.
“To address this, the Government has adopted a number of initiatives to enhance its cyber-assurance capabilities, and the Canadian Government has made a commitment to develop a national cyber-cyber defence capability.”
The report states that Canada has identified cyber-intrusion as a major risk, and it is investing in research to better protect its network and the integrity of its data.
The country has also invested $1 billion to enhance the capacity of its information technology infrastructure.
According the report: Canada has already invested $200 million in research and development of new technologies and techniques to mitigate cyber-interference and to increase the resilience of its network, including new technology that can detect the presence of malicious software.
Canada is also investing $300 million to create a national cybersecurity plan, including the development of a national security strategy, a strategy for cybersecurity, a cyber-insurance plan and a national information system plan.
The plan is to ensure that our nation has the capabilities to respond effectively to cyber-infrastructure threats and that Canada’s infrastructure is resilient to cyberattacks.
“Coupled with Canada’s commitment to increase our resilience, we must invest in our cyber-information infrastructure, and this will help to provide our citizens and businesses with greater confidence that their information is safe, secure and protected from the threat that we’re facing,” Crote said.
The Government of the day is in the process of completing the final report.
Cote says Canada is in a difficult position as a nation and has not done enough to prepare for the cyberattacks that are expected to occur this fall.
“In terms of cyber-warfare, Canada needs cyber-operations teams to develop new capabilities, to develop countermeasures, to build new technologies that will allow us to mitigate any threat that may arise from any cyberattack and to develop cyber-resilience and resilience in our information infrastructure,” Cotes said.
A number of countries have already implemented cyber-protection measures.
According a recent report from the Center for Strategic and International Studies, France and the U of T have enacted anti-cyberspace measures.
France and Canada have also developed cyber-incident response plans.
In the U and U of Canada, the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) has also developed a cybercrime prevention strategy.
“Cybersecurity is a high priority for our country,” Cotto said.
In Canada, cybersecurity is a national priority.
In October, the federal government announced that it would create a $15-million cyber-intelligence and cyber-crime centre to provide training, support and technical assistance to all federal agencies.
“When you think about how many agencies have to work together to protect a government or private organization, it is critical that we have that capability,” Cottesaid.
“Our government is not a country that has all the resources that it needs to protect against a cyber threat.
“This report was designed to give Canadians the confidence to say that Canada is capable of protecting itself against cyberattacks.” “
If we do not have the ability to protect, the entire nation is at risk,” Cotti added.
“This report was designed to give Canadians the confidence to say that Canada is capable of protecting itself against cyberattacks.”
The government of the United States is also taking steps to bolster its cyber defense.
President-elect Donald Trump has said that he will appoint a national coordinator to develop cybersecurity policy.
The President-Elect’s Chief of Staff, Marc Short, told the CBC on Monday that the President-Defence Council will be formed to create the cyber security policy framework.
The council will include experts from all levels