AppointmentsCybersecurity

Restructuring at Desjardins Group

MONTREAL, QC–In response to the events of recent months, Desjardins Group President and CEO Guy Cormier has announced major changes to the organization’s structure. Several months ago, Desjardins launched an internal review of the privacy breach. Based on the findings of this review, Desjardins is announcing that it is restructuring …

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Canadian Equipment Finance Winter 2019 IssueCybersecurity

The need for secure digital identities

By John D’Apolito Trust, security and confidence in partners are the fundamental underpinnings of supplier/procurement relationships, especially today’s digital supply chain. For without current information, such as potential red flags or insights into ethical practices, partners will be cautious. These trading relationships require secure digital identities. Enhanced digital identities are …

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Canadian Equipment Finance Winter 2019 IssueCybersecurity

How Ottawa can fight cyberthreats

By Scott Talbott Technology has transformed our lives in myriad ways. We can send messages, post images, stream videos and effortlessly connect with each other instantaneously. We can take courses, obtain medical diagnoses, shop, read customer reviews and easily compare prices between items online. Entrepreneurs and business owners can now …

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Canadian Equipment Finance Fall 2019 IssueCybersecurityFinTech

Referees of the Digital Age

By Angela Armstrong Fairness isn’t easy. It posits that fairness requires, in some form, a “referee”. So, I started wondering about fairness, and referees, in the digital age. Humans are fallible. But data (at least until it gets interpreted by someone) is arguably neutral. You’ve probably heard of Cambridge Analytica. …

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