Privacy and data

Healthcare provider agrees to settle proposed cyberattack class action for up to $3.4 million

Healthcare provider agrees to settle proposed cyberattack class action for up to $3.4 million

CarePartners was custodian of records regarding approximately 237,000 patients at time of incident

Despite rise in data breaches, fewer than 50% of businesses have an incident response plan: report

Despite rise in data breaches, fewer than 50% of businesses have an incident response plan: report

Half of all small and medium businesses in Canada have experienced a data breach

B.C. urged to stop amendments to freedom of information and privacy legislation

B.C. urged to stop amendments to freedom of information and privacy legislation

Lawyers' Rights Watch Canada, West Coast LEAF and other groups support call to action

New Quebec privacy legislation comes into effect

New Quebec privacy legislation comes into effect

Act is 'first domino in a series of changes that will be reshaping the Canadian privacy landscape'

Constitutional challenge of privacy law suspended, inquiry against religious group to proceed

Constitutional challenge of privacy law suspended, inquiry against religious group to proceed

To expedite civil suit would cause significant delay to inquiry proceedings: Court

Facing the cybersecurity challenges of a remote legal workforce

Facing the cybersecurity challenges of a remote legal workforce

Legal experts talk about strategies they developed during the pandemic at their organizations