On December 3, 2015, the CRTC issued a release announcing its first-ever execution of a warrant under the Canadian anti-spam law (commonly known as “CASL”), as part of a coordinated international effort to disrupt a major botnet family.
The effort also involved law enforcement and cybersecurity authorities in the U.S., Europe, and Asia, as well as Microsoft and other private sector actors including ESET.
The target botnet family, known as “Dorkbot”, can be exploited to capture personal information (particularly passwords) from users of compromised PCs, to send out spam, or to participate in distributed denial of service … Continue Reading
Behind every successful innovation strategy is a sophisticated intellectual property strategy. Intellectual property is the currency of innovation: it is a tradable that can be used to lend credibility to innovation programs, allow freedom to operate, provide access to third-party technology and ward off infringement actions.
Innovation is accelerating in almost every sector of the economy – banking, telecommunications, retail, and services. Customers, especially Millennials, are hungry for the next new technology that will make their lives easier and the customer experience more enjoyable. At the same time, customers are less loyal than ever, since digitization gives them a tremendous … Continue Reading