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Only 13% of Canadian Companies Have Cyber Incident Reporting Policies

September 6, 2019 | Content Aggregator - Single Slide | Incident Investigations, Handling and Tracking

Just 13% of Canadian businesses had written policies in place to manage or report cybercrime incidents in 2017. Although some industries have far higher rates of policies, including 66% of banking institutions (excluding investment banking), 55% of pipeline transportation companies and 55% of Canadian rail transportation companies.
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