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  • Privacy and the pandemic

    I spoke today at the Schedule 2 Employers’ Group virtual speakers series about privacy and the pandemic. It was a good chance to describe all of the ways we use information to manage the risk of workplace exposure to COVID-19. We looked closely at the major information flows – screening, location tr … Read more »

  • Cyber security for the regulator and regulated

    On Monday I addressed an audience a the Ontario Regulatory Authorities continuing professional development conference on the topic of cybersecurity. It was a good chance to record an updated and concise view of the Canadian threat environment along with the cyber defence and incident response issues … Read more »

  • The union right of access to information

    I’ve done a fair deal of enjoyable work on matters relating to a union’s right of access to information – be it under labour law, health and safety law (via union member participation in the health and safety internal responsibility system) or via freedom of information law. Today I had the pleasure … Read more »

  • What’s not to say about Sherman Estate?

    We all know that the Supreme Court of Canada decided Sherman Estate v Donavan on June 11th. I just got to it today, and was surprised at its significance to information and privacy law beyond the open courts principle itself. Here is a quick note on its three most salient broader points. The Court h … Read more »

  • Cybersecurity governance and the empowerment of corporate leadership

    I had the honour of presenting on cybersecurity oversight today at the Association of Workers’ Compensation Boards of Canada annual Governance Summit. The theme ended up being about leadership and empowerment. I’d like board members to believe that the information security knowledge they require to … Read more »