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Every port is a storm

Business and personal productivity is booming thanks to embedded technology and the growing interconnectedness of our devices. The down side? The security vulnerabilities are a hacker’s dream
By Jonathan Woods
December 15th, 2016

These days, whenever a well-known public company suffers a major data breach, bulletins and news alerts circulate quickly among most boards and the governance community. But in October, when a botnet army of hijacked network-connected surveillance cameras, Wi-Fi routers and … Continue reading

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Embracing the F-word

That’s “F” as in fintech, shorthand for the emerging array of digital financial services, technologies and startup companies racing to hand the banking sector its “Uber” moment. The banks? They’re running just as hard to prevent it
By Jonathan Woods
August 2nd, 2016

Somewhere in an office in downtown Toronto, standing beside a ping-pong table, young engineers and software developers in jeans arrange multicoloured sticky notes on whiteboards outlining the next steps in the refinement of a digital mortgage application service. You would … Continue reading

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