How much cybersecurity is enough?


In legal terms, the question is answered by the applicable standard of care. The answer depends on the organization, the industry and the threats to which the organization is exposed. The related question is, "When do we have enough?" The frank answer to that question is, "Never." Cybersecurity is a process, not a state. As cyber technologies and threats developed, so too do standards of care.

Federal Financial Institutions Legislative and Regulatory Reporter - March 2015


​​The Reporter provides a monthly summary of significant international and Canadian federal legislative and regulatory developments of relevance to federally regulated financial institutions in Canada

Cybersecurity In M&A Transactions


​Cybersecurity in the context of M&A is about much more than keeping the process secure - cybersecurity is also a valuation issue.

Outsourcing, Procurement and Cybersecurity


​In an age when doing business requires the extensive sharing of information, organizations need to know that the systems of their suppliers and co-contractors are secure. Equally, they need to be confident in assuring customers, clients, and co-contractors that their own systems are secure.

Adventures in Venture Land


​​CSA Implements Changes to Disclosure and Governance Obligations for Venture Issuers

Privacy Risks In Connected Cars – Much Ado About Nothing?


​​On March 25, 2015, the BC Freedom of Information and Privacy Association (FIPA) released a report highlighting privacy challenges in something that rivals smartphones in ubiquity cars

Alberta Court Warns: Parties Ignore Arbitration Agreements At Their Peril


​Lafarge Canada Inc. v Edmonton (City)​

Federal Budget 2015 — A Budget to Run On


​The Honourable Joe Oliver, Minister of Finance, tabled the government's2015 Federal Budget (Budget 2015) on April 21, 2015 (Budget Day).