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BlackBerry and Canadian Girl Guides Succeed in Cybersecurity Program

By Yasmin Ranade
To mark International Women’s Day, Girl Guides of Canada-Guides du Canada (GGC) and BlackBerry Limited today announced the success of their joint cybersecurity skills-based program. With the cybersecurity industry facing a significant talent – and gender gap – a big part of the program’s aim was to ‘spark’ cybersecurity interest at a young age.

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How to Protect Your Privacy Online – Even if the Law Doesn’t

by Lee Rickwood
Without tough laws to level today’s digital playing field, data privacy and security disputes can pit people against corporations (or their own governments). The legal, financial and administrative muscle the enterprise can muster far outstrips that of most individuals to protect themselves.

How Cybercriminals Try To Extort Victims Online

By Christine Persaud
Cybersecurity is a growing concern, especially as we rely more and more on digital channels to communicate with one another. cybercriminals are getting more and more clever in their tactics, and we’re seeing new methods emerge, especially when it comes to monetary extortion.

5 Ways To Secure Your Phone’s Lock Screen: Which Is Best?

By Christine Persaud
Pretty much every phone has a screen lock of some kind that ensures someone passing by can’t swipe your phone and easily log into it to see your private photos, sensitive work information, or personal financial details. While the old four-digit passcode is still being used these days, there are many other ways you can secure a mobile device. What are they and which is best?